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In serving we recognize a simple, but powerful, truth: we need each other, and we must care for one another.
as an Italian would say," said Don Quixote; "but for all that, consider yourself happy in having left court with as worthy an object as you have, for there is nothing on earth more honourable or profitable than serving, first of all God, and then one's king and natural lord, particularly in the profession of arms, by which, if not more wealth, at least more honour is to be won than by letters, as I have said many a time; for though letters may have founded more great houses than arms, still those founded by arms have I know not what superiority over those founded by letters, and a certain splendour belonging to them that distinguishes them above all.
The happiness she was imparting, too, happiness very little alloyed by the black communication which must briefly precede it--the joyful consent of her father and mother to Susan's going with her--the general satisfaction with which the going of both seemed regarded, and the ecstasy of Susan herself, was all serving to support her spirits.
We had nineteen serving men and twenty-six pack mules
In that I was serving the usurper against whom Louis XIV.
Anna Pavlovna was obviously serving him up as a treat to her guests.
It was late in the morning of the next day that a giant serving man in the harness of the house of a great Ptarth noble passed out into the city from the palace gates.
Having no longer the motive of serving and protecting her, Alban must, nevertheless, have taken the journey to Northumberland.
How can I put my money to a better use than in serving your interests?
All seated themselves at the tables and the servants of the Princess began serving the feast.
But when he was compelled to grind instead of serving in the wars, he bewailed his change of fortune and called to mind his former state, saying, "Ah
And with a proud consciousness of serving his country wisely and well he charged that sum to the account.