By the time I was 32, I was taking revenge on New York at the helm of the Post.
Both of them argue that they were simply burned out after four years at the helm, and it was just time to move on.
For a time, she was also the sole lady at the helm of a ministry of Finance in any of 27 European Union nations.
With Lydia Millet at the helm, though, the motivations matter less than the journey.
But helm makes it difficult to judge any of his characters, including those with the most extreme beliefs.
Then, he realized that the man at the helm must be a maniac.
Before they could get the gasket off, I had to port the helm to prevent striking the other steamer.
On his return to the deck, therefore, he ordered all hands to stand by the jib sheet while he took the helm himself.
He went to the helm himself as the boat came out of the Sadong.
Constantine was no longer at the helm, fearless, respected, and dominating.
"handle of a tiller," late 13c., from Old English helma "rudder; position of guidance, control," from Proto-Germanic *halbma- (cf. Old Norse hjalm, Old High German helmo, German Helm "handle"), from PIE *kelp- "to hold, grasp" (see helve).
"a helmet," c.1200, from Old English helm "protection, covering; crown, helmet," and perhaps also from cognate Old Norse hjalmr, from Proto-Germanic *helmaz "protective covering," from PIE *kel- "to cover, to hide" (see cell). Italian elmo, Spanish yelmo are from Germanic.