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serve

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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Finally, when you finish your serve, there should be two ends sticking out --the tag end and the main line you used to wrap.
For this reason, the goal of a serve is not to put the ball in play: It is to go on offense.
The mean for duration and velocity of serve were analyzed before and after a timeout was called.
The company has taken pains to describe the product as "Soft Serve," without specifying that it is ice cream.
Also serves as fire safety commissioner, industrial loan commissioner and comptroller general.
It would be an honor to serve as the Secretary/Treasurer of MTNA," she says.
When I married, I came to Glencoe to live and continued to serve in the parish as a layperson, but always my calling as a deaconess was observed.
He serves on the school's Facilities Development Committee, and for the last two years has worked to raise funds for a new campus.
AFCA Executive Director Grant Teaff serves as secretary-treasurer of the organization.