1 "All this helps nothing," said the leader.
2 'That's why having a son helps; one is only a link in a chain,' he said.
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3 So much is this the case that what is called the play of the features often helps more in understanding a man or woman than the earnest labours of all the other members together.
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4 Beyond the mention of pips, I do not see that it helps us much.
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5 It is a singular thing, but I find that a concentrated atmosphere helps a concentration of thought.
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6 He helps to keep our lives from being monotonous and gives a little comic relief where it is badly needed.
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7 It's plain enough, and helps the paradox delightfully.
8 "They're things as helps themselves," said Martha.
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9 The law backs that old Judge Thatcher up and helps him to keep me out o my property.
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10 You don't know how it helps me.
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11 and probably there's nothing that helps very much.
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12 Ever since I have been in these parts I have dwelt in this enclosure alone, never setting foot outside, and seeing no one but that child who helps me.
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13 The springtime is a provisional paradise, the sun helps man to have patience.
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14 We repeat this to ourselves, but it helps us not.
15 The combination of a certain adroitness with deep-seated earnestness, of tact with consummate ability, gave him his preeminence, and helps him maintain it.
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