Serving may refer to:
- Serving size
- Providing a non-material good, as in the work of a servant
- Supplying customers with food and drink, as in the work of a food server
- Service of process, the procedure for delivering a legal or administrative summons
- Serving channel, a type of file sharing channel
Other articles related to "serving":
... Senator from Maryland, serving from 1891–1897 ... State’s attorney for Talbot County, Maryland, serving from 1871 until 1875 ... Fiftieth, and Fifty-first Congresses from Maryland's 1st congressional district, serving from March 4, 1885 until March 3, 1891, but was not a candidate for reelection in 1890 ...
... the nutritional information of Dragon's Beard Candy per serving (37g) ... Nutritional Value of Dragon's Beard Candy per Serving Size Amount per Serving Daily value Calories 141.2 Calories from Fat 54 g 38% Total Fat 6.1 g 9% Saturated Fat 0.8 g 4 ...
... While Apfelwein is traditionally served with Handkäse, white wine is also accepted in some areas, like Rheinhessen. ...
... Church, serving as Pastor in Kokomo, Indiana (1903) ... went as a Missionary to Agra, India (the North West India Conference), serving 1904-05 ... He transferred his conference membership to the New England Annual Conference, serving the First M.E ...
... The game was directed by Kenji Fukuya, with Shoji Fukuda and Naoto Naruse serving as assistant directors ... The game was designed by Tetsu Ozaki, with Nobuyuki Irie serving as his assistant ... was composed by Hiromichi Furuya, with Kenmi serving as the score's guitarist ...
Famous quotes containing the word serving:
“I tell people all the time, you have to be in love with that pot. You have to put all your love in that pot. If youre in a hurry, just eat your sandwich and go. Dont even start cooking, because you cant do anything well in a hurry. I love food. I love serving people. I love satisfying people.”
—Leah Chase (b. 1923)
“A chaplain is the minister of the Prince of Peace serving the host of the God of WarMars. As such, he is as incongruous as a musket would be on the altar at Christmas. Why, then, is he there? Because he indirectly subserves the purpose attested by the cannon; because too he lends the sanction of the religion of the meek to that which practically is the abrogation of everything but brute Force.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“We are all serving a life-sentence in the dungeon of self.”
—Cyril Connolly (19031974)