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to deliver conclusively a legal document such as a writ or summons.
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He serves on the board of the Illinois Economic Development Board and is a chartered financial analyst.
Scheduled to report for his sixth term three days after being first interviewed for this story, he planned to tell his commanding officer that he would not serve in the territories and that he would not guard Palestinian prisoners.
Both divisions serve people with disabilities as well as other occupationally disadvantaged populations, including welfare recipients, refugees, dislocated workers, students, and older citizens.
The lectures have traditionally been held at the JPD luncheon during the national conferences and serve as a platform for rehabilitation leaders to advocate for improved rehabilitation placement services.
Instead of loosely defined relationships between vendor and customer, this decade will require suppliers to serve to an even greater extent as an extension of their customer's manufacturing arm.
The situation must also be taken into consideration--such as fault or no fault, physical condition of the server and receiver, and success of the previous sequence of serves.
He serves on various local, provincial and national committees.
Al Bersagliere serves up simple and elegant food indicative of the region.
She also notes that former basketball great Julius Erving serves on the board of Saks Inc., where he has missed more than 25 percent of audit committee meetings, according to proxy statements.
At the Department level, he served on the Constitution and Bylaws Committee for the DAV Department of Florida, 1991-1995, and currently serves as Department of Maine Judge Advocate.
Players whose serves have a distinct purpose are likely to be more offense-minded, focused on getting ahead in a rally quickly and continuing to press that advantage.
The units of analysis included recording the occurrences of successful and unsuccessful serves, points scored (i.e., the results of the serve), time between serves, total timeouts for each team, and the velocity of each serve.