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serving

see mating.
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NOTE: When cooked, place slices on a baking sheet and pop into oven just before serving to re-warm.
Kevane also is active with the San Diego Blood Bank, serving as president (2003-04), treasurer (2002) and as a member of the board of directors since 1998.
Navy, Dobmeier, suffered second and third degree burns over more than 30 percent of his body when sprayed with hot oil in an explosion, while serving aboard the submarine, USS Trigger in 1972.
A current member of the MTNA Board of Directors, she has served as president of the Texas MTA and the Northeast District of the Oklahoma MTA, along with serving MTNA's South Central Division in many capacities including secretary, president and vice president.
Cartwright is currently serving as program manager, Unit of Action, Hazelwood, Mo.
Ordained a priest in 1979 in the diocese of Rupert's Land, he was consecrated bishop of Brandon in 2002, after serving 10 years as rector of the diocese's St.
Zuccotti is currently serving as a director of Empire BlueCross BlueShield, Applied Graphics Technologies, Inc.
Interviewed a week later, Kay happily reported that he was serving within Israel's borders excluding the Palestinian territories.
District 1 director from June 2000 to 2002, after serving on the district board for four years.
JVS agencies specialize in employment and training programs serving people with disabilities, those who are economically disadvantaged, refugees, and dislocated family wage earners.
In fact, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had to rely on imprecise and outdated data when it set many of those serving sizes.
Prior to serving in public office, he practiced civil litigation for eleven years at the Ober Kaler firm.