Serve may refer to:
- Serve (tennis)
- Serve (payment system), American Express service similar to PayPal
SERVE may refer to:
- SERVE Afghanistan, a UK-registered Christian charity that works in Afghanistan
- Secure Electronic Registration and Voting Experiment
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Famous quotes containing the word served:
“There is only one place for the women who served and that is on the same site with our brother soldiers. These women have touched thousands of those names on the wall. We have to be at that spot, physically, spiritually and emotionally.”
—Diane Carlson Evans (b. c. 1943)
“Since time immemorial, one the dry earth, scraped to the bone, of this immeasurable country, a few men travelled ceaselessly, they owned nothing, but they served no one, free and wretched lords in a strange kingdom. Janine did not know why this idea filled her with a sadness so soft and so vast that she closed her eyes. She only knew that this kingdom, which had always been promised to her would never be her, never again, except at this moment.”
—Albert Camus 10131960, French-Algerian novelist, dramatist, philosopher. Janine in Algeria, in The Fall, p. 27, Gallimard (9157)
“All of you young people who served in the war. You are a lost generation.... You have no respect for anything. You drink yourselves to death.”
—Gertrude Stein (18741946)