One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the second mate took the helm’
steering gear, rudder
‘they are family-run empires whose founders remain at the helm’
in charge, in command, in control, responsible, at the top, in authority, in the seat of authority, at the wheel, in the driving seat, in the saddle
managing, running, administering, directing, supervising, overseeing, controlling, commanding, leading, heading up
holding the reins, running the show, pulling the strings, calling the shots
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