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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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8 : to hold an office : perform a duty <I served as club treasurer.
Terri Balady, who served in administration in the U.
He also has served the school on its board of trustees and as chair of the Campaign Cabinet-Endowment & Capital Development Program.
He is a service-connected disabled veteran who served in the U.
She was president of MTNA's Eastern Division and served on the MTNA Board of Directors from 1996 to 1998.
He has served eight years with City Carton Recycling, first as the Cedar Falls recycling facility manager, and most recently, the Iowa City recycling facility manager.
He also served as working group chair for several test methods and technical information papers.
If there's political resistance now to a wholesale call up of reservists, imagine how much more there would be if most reservists were conscripts or collegians who will have served their two years, and who will be extremely reluctant to return for a wartime deployment (possibly being yanked out of the four-year college they'd already served two years on active duty just to get into).
From 1982 to 1988 he served as priest and archdeacon at Fort Nelson, B.
Capps and his wife Janice served in Singapore until reassigned by the Foreign Mission Board (now the International Mission Board) of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) to mission and education ministry in Europe.
Zuccotti will replace Resnick, an accomplished real estate executive who stepped in as chairman following the death of Bernard Mendik in 2001, who served for 10 years.
During the 3 1/2 years he served in the Israel Defense Forces, beginning at age 18, Eshel Herzog was assigned to a tank artillery gun, serving in both southern Lebanon and in the Palestinian territory of the West Bank.