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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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90 set menu will also be served right through the Christmas season on Sundays and Thursdays.
Every recipe in Make It Ahead (Potter, $35, 272 pages, ISBN 9780307464880) is designed to be made and served right away, plus (and this is a very big plus) each one also has all the info you need to make it ahead.
Once they've cooled a little, they can be served right in the tin foil.
He was a career soldier who joined up at the age of 18, in 1930, and served right through to the end of World War II.
The grilled halloumi (LE 21) is doused with some combination dressing as opposed to just being served right off the grill and for that, we are grateful.
I think he always felt very proud of the fact that the people were being served right next to his house.
This dip, from Classy Delites, can be served right out of the jar or mixed with cream cheese for extra flavor and texture.
Aged in cypress barrels, Dixie is a distinctive crisp and light lager, perfect for lazy evenings or with some of Louisiana's finest cuisine - served right here in Coventry.
Also, unlike many traditional UK bars, food is served right up until 10pm - which is more in line with the continent.