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serving

[′sərv·iŋ]
(electricity)
A covering, such as thread or tape, that protects a winding from mechanical damage. Also known as coil serving.
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Start your serving as previously described just to the right of the knot, and serve over the knot, working to the left until you've laid down about 1 1/2 inches of serving.
Reservists: A MAF serving on temporary active duty in the reserves can deduct travel expenses if he keeps his regular job while on active duty, returns to that job after release and is stationed away from the general area of his regular job or business.
NOTE: A range of servings is given for each food group.
Assigned temporary duty at Balboa Naval Hospital in San Diego, Calif., while waiting medical evaluation, he was medically discharged in 1988 after serving 27 years in the Navy.
His background includes extensive experience in all aspects of the real estate industry as well as serving as the Senior Executive of many diversified businesses.
While serving in the military, he studied theology and graduated from Montreal Diocesan College.
"I enjoy my work serving the industry through ISRI," says Manny.
He cites one director who is currently serving with distinction on audit committees at four large companies but who is contemplating tendering his resignation to each.
He also served on the board of the Orange County Performing Arts Center for nearly 10 years, serving as vice chair of finance for three years; and he served as a trustee of Irvine Barclay Theatre.
They have begun to glimpse the glory of serving the cause of freedom.
They are similar in size and calories per serving. If you picked the second product, you chose STRETCH ISLAND Organic Fruit Bars, which, in my mind, are a much better choice than the first product, Fruit Roll-ups.