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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Other articles related to "served":
... Men who had served in the regular army during campaigns against Indians or served in the Civil War had been gathered to serve as higher ranking officers in the ... Leonard Wood, a doctor who served as the medical advisor for both the President and secretary of war, was appointed the position of Colonel of The Rough Riders with Roosevelt serving as Lieutenant-Colonel ...
... In 1983–84, she served as secretary to the Fianna Fáil group at the New Ireland Forum ... She served as Charles Haughey's personal assistant, and became a family friend, taking holidays with his children ... In 1987 she served as election agent and party treasurer in Dublin North for Seán Haughey ...
... (born 18 May 1947) is an Irish politician who served as Taoiseach (prime minister) of Ireland from 1994 to 1997 ... He became leader of Fine Gael in 1990 and served as Taoiseach from 1994 until 1997, leading the Rainbow Coalition government of Fine Gael–Labour Party–Democratic Left ... Bruton was first elected to Dáil Éireann as a TD for Meath in 1969, and served continuously until his retirement from domestic politics in 2004 ...
... From 1960 to 1962, Cook served as an LDS Church missionary in England, where he and Jeffrey R ... Holland served as companions, with Marion D ... Later in his career he served as president and chief executive officer of California Healthcare System (CHS) for three years and then as vice chairman of Sutter Health System ...
... Southwest Airlines top served cities (As of July 2012) City Daily departures Number of gates Cities served nonstop Service began Chicago-Midway 231 29 ...
Famous quotes containing the word served:
“Man is an intelligence, not served by, but in servitude to his organs.”
—Aldous Huxley (18941963)
“It was not sufficient for the disquiet of our minds that we disputed at the end of seventeen hundred years upon the articles of our own religion, but we must likewise introduce into our quarrels those of the Chinese. This dispute, however, was not productive of any great disturbances, but it served more than any other to characterize that busy, contentious, and jarring spirit which prevails in our climates.”
—Voltaire [François Marie Arouet] (16941778)
“...it is decidedly an advantage to American homes that so many of the wives and mothers have served as teachers before becoming house-directors. ...”
—Anna C. Brackett (18361911)