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A light meal will be served during the flight.
All dishes are served with a salad.
A complimentary afternoon tea is served to all guests.
Dinner is served between 7 and 10 pm.
The waiter served them both with salmon poached in white wine.
Carolyn served them tea and cake in the garden.
The cheese is best served at room temperature.
We were served huge portions of spare ribs.
The recipe serves four as a light lunch.
He served more than 20 years in the army.
Frank has served this company his whole working life.
Mr Russell served as president of the Association for fifteen years.
Henry served on numerous committees and commissions.
I met my wife, Rachel, while serving in the Royal Navy.
Sylvie served her apprenticeship with a top Paris designer.
Their spare room also serves as an office.
The decision should serve as a warning to companies that pollute the environment.
His death serves to remind us just how dangerous using drugs can be.
That’s a stupid rule. What purpose is it supposed to serve?
They voted for a chairman who might better serve their interests.
His ability to get on with people served him well in setting up his own business.
She served time in Holloway for assaulting a police officer.
He’s serving a life sentence for murder.
These gas pipes serve the whole area.
a new hospital to serve the needs of the local community
She was served with a summons to appear in court.
The notice must be served upon the tenant and include a legal description of the breach they have committed.