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To deliver a legal document to a person named in it. This is done formally to comply with due process of law.
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Terri Balady, who served in administration in the U.
To develop the employability potential of clients served by enlisting the cooperation of family, potential employers and the community.
In Congress, he served on the House Majority Whip Team, co-chaired the House Biotechnology Caucus, and served on the influential Energy & Commerce Committee, where he shaped national policy on health care, telecommunications, and energy.
Shaw served as local MTA president; WMTA district auditions chair, first vice president and president; and on the American Music Teacher Editorial Committee.
Brear's paper industry career began in 1969 when he served as a co-op engineer, quality control/process engineer at the Domtar Inc.
This is an all-time favorite because it can be made and served almost instantly to embellish any ice cream or other dessert when chocolate sauce is imperative.
Scott, director of Cushman & Wakefield, served as the brokers in the transaction.
Louis, Schultz has served as volunteer minister of Christian education at Mt.
Heath is a life member of DAV Chapter 11, Lewiston, Maine, where he has served as Judge Advocate and Senior Vice Commander.
Clemons has spoken at IABC international conferences, has served on IABC's multiculturalism committee, and was a member of the 1996 international conference planning committee.
During that same period, he served as director of Red Pine Camp for Young Adults and Family Groups.
In what ways is rehabilitation in the private sector similar to and different from the state-federal VR program, particularly taking into account public-private differences in clients served and mandated goals of service?