Assisting [adjective]

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The franchise has built its offense and defense around him, signed his brother Thanasis and built a new arena with a big assist from local taxpayers.

In just 74 days of games, we saw A’ja Wilson outduel Breanna Stewart for Most Valuable Player, Courtney Vandersloot and Sue Bird set single-game assist records, and many other players surprise us with their improved performance from a season ago.

On the other hand, mid-drive systems operate more efficiently, so they have a better range and often a more natural-feeling assist.

We’ve already examined how James has turned himself into one of the best point guards in the league this year, with a career high in assists per game.

Meanwhile, Bird is one of the best leaders in the league and holds the all-time records for assists and games played.

However, when guards Renee Montgomery and Tiffany Hayes decided to sit out, that left Atlanta without five of its top six in points and all of its top six in assists from last season.

The inhabitants were cowering upon the floor, playing with the children, or assisting one another to get rid of their vermin.

That crack down in the back lane at Edmonton, Blathers, said Mr. Duff, assisting his colleagues memory.

In assisting at a wedding at church, if you are one of the bridesmaids, wear white, a white bonnet but no veil.

The members were all seated, but they rose; the President, the Inquisitor, and two assisting Judges.