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HELPHigher Education Loan Programme (Australia)
HELPHealth, Education, Labor and Pensions (senate committee)
HELPHealth Education Library for People
HELPHydrologic Evaluation of Landfill Performance
HELPHeat Escape Lessening Position (ice rescue)
HELPHeat Escape Lessening Position (water survival technique)
HELPHeavy-Vehicle Electronic License Plate
HELPHigh Efficiency at Low Power (power amplification)
HELPHelping Empower Local People (citizen group, Charlotte NC)
HELPHighway Emergency Local Patrol (roadside assistance)
HELPHousing Enabled by Local Partnerships
HELPHollywood Education & Literacy Project
HELPHendrix, Emerson, Lake & Palmer
HELPHis Ever Loving Presence
HELPHelp Eliminate Learning Problems, Inc. (Marylhurst, OR)
HELPHandbook of Exercises for Language Processing
HELPHealthy Eating and Lifestyle Program
HELPHighway Enforcement Legal Protection (Ontario, Canada)
HELPHowitzer Extended Life Program
HELPHome Energy Learning Program (British Columbia Electrical Association)
HELPHis Ever Lasting Presence
HELPHawaii Emergency Loan Program
HELPDr. Henry's Emergency Lessons for People (Schoolhouse Rock)
HELPHarlem Eastside Lifesaving Program (H.E.L.P. TV program)
HELPHorticulture Entrepreneur Leadership Program (North Carolina)
HELPHealth Education & Lifestyles Program
HELPHelp End Legislated Poverty (political action group)
HELPHealth, Educate, Love and Protect (DeBary, Florida)
HELPHigh Energy Lightweight Propellant
HELPHome Energy Link Program (Willits, CA)
HELPHealth Effectiveness Life Planning
HELPHealth Insurance, Equalization, Legislative Adjustments, and Preservation of the Retirement System
HELPHighway Emergency Long-distance Phone (Iowa)
References in classic literature ?
Time and time again I have been asked, by people who are trying to secure money for philanthropic purposes, what rule or rules I followed to secure the interest and help of people who were able to contribute money to worthy objects.
Then the leopards got proud too and said they wouldn't help.
That 's the way to help people help themselves," and Miss Mills clashed her big scissors energetically, as she cut out a little red flannel shirt.
I don't see as fireworks could help Ojo's uncle," remarked Dorothy.
Says she, 'I could help you to a schoolmistress that shall make you as dexterous as herself.
Wakem shouted for help, but no help came, until a woman's scream was heard, and the cry of "Father, father
The girls couldn't help laughing, and felt better for it, though Meg shook her head at the young lady who could find consolation in a sugar bowl.
Adam could not help being moved: it was impossible for him not to feel that this was the voice of the honest warm-hearted Arthur whom he had loved and been proud of in old days; but nearer memories would not be thrust away.
I had my food at the house and my bed in the loft, and a suit of clothes, and three shillings a week, so that I could help Nelly.
He told her all that happened, and because she was pleased with him she took compassion on him, and said she would help him.
I should like to help you as far as lies in my power.
There's no help for this case," declared the Wizard; and they went on.