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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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Pull the serving jig towards the end loop to lay some serving material alongside the string.
1.112-1(c)(1) and (3) state that, if a MAF is hospitalized while serving in a combat zone, the wound, disease or injury will be presumed to have been incurred therein unless there is clear evidence to the contrary.
The same principles apply to serving diverse disability populations as apply to serving people who have other occupational disadvantages.
BREAD, CEREAL, RICE, & PASTA GROUP 6-11 SERVINGS
Perhaps the most valuable service the engineer is able to perform is serving as the customer's agent on the production floor.
Hitting a serve that hooks opposite from the direction of the ball--for example, a right-hander serving a reverse from the right to the center or left side of the court--while partly offsetting the effect of the angle, can cause an opponent to overrun the ball, especially if he is unable to read hooks.
Skyler is a Vietnam combat veteran currently serving as National Executive Committeeman, District 2, and is a member of the Board of Directors.
McQuistion is currently serving as director, strategic integration, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4, U.S.
Serving in government, Rice helped write the original rent control rules for New York City; he was an assistant to the rent administrator, technical advisor to the National Housing Administration, chief of conversion management in the Public Housing Administration and its chief appraiser in this region.
After serving as suffragan bishop of Credit Valley, diocese of Toronto, she became bishop of the diocese of Edmonton in 1997.