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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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NOTE: Make up several servings and place in a large air pot if desired.
Skyler is a Vietnam combat veteran currently serving as National Executive Committeeman, District 2, and is a member of the Board of Directors.
Durbin is currently serving as deputy director, program analysis and evaluation/director, Army Quadrennial Defense Review, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8, United States Army, Washington, D.
Community rehabilitation programs that typically specialized in serving one disability group are now increasingly serving diverse disability populations and have learned a great deal about differences in the needs of people with developmental disabilities, mental illness, and those with physical disabilities.
tips to picture what recommended serving sizes should look like.
Fawell was most recently Press Secretary to Governor Ehrlich, serving as lead spokesman and regularly conducting on-the-record interviews with print and electronic media.
Believing that membership implies active participation and service, Vlasek has held many offices at the local level, in addition to seven years on the California State Board, currently serving as state president.
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.
In 1968, while serving with the Marines in the battle for Khe Sanh, during the Vietnam War, he was severely injured when shrapnel from an enemy mortar severed his spinal cord.
Thibodeau has been active in IABC since 1995, serving on the district board.
This will handcuff the RP and produce a weak ball, which the serving team can put away if it does not win the point outright.
The gazpacho can be prepared ahead to this stage, but you may need to add more pineapple juice or flavorings before serving.