What is serving?

  • (noun): The act of delivering a writ or summons upon someone.
    Synonyms: service, service of process
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on serving:

Handkäse - Serving
... While Apfelwein is traditionally served with Handkäse, white wine is also accepted in some areas, like Rheinhessen. ...
Frederick Bohn Fisher - Ordained Ministry and Missionary Service
... Church, serving as Pastor in Kokomo, Indiana (1903) ... as a Missionary to Agra, India (the North West India Conference), serving 1904-05 ... membership to the New England Annual Conference, serving the First M.E ...
Bloody Roar: Primal Fury - Development
... by Kenji Fukuya, with Shoji Fukuda and Naoto Naruse serving as assistant directors ... 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 ...
Charles Hopper Gibson
... Senator from Maryland, serving from 1891–1897 ... in 1870 to accept the appointment of 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 ...
Dragon's Beard Candy - Nutritional Fact Table
... 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 ...

More definitions of "serving":

  • (noun): An individual quantity of food or drink taken as part of a meal.
    Synonyms: helping, portion

Famous quotes containing the word serving:

    With serving still
    This have I won,
    For my goodwill
    To be undone;
    Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?–1542)

    We are all serving a life-sentence in the dungeon of self.
    Cyril Connolly (1903–1974)

    We could not help being struck by the seeming, though innocent, indifference of Nature to these men’s necessities, while elsewhere she was equally serving others. Like a true benefactress, the secret of her service is unchangeableness. Thus is the busiest merchant, though within sight of his Lowell, put to pilgrim’s shifts, and soon comes to staff and scrip and scallop-shell.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)