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in a save, restaurant, or hotel, to deal with a customer by taking their order, mirroring or selling them goods, etc.:
to provide a legal record to someone, demanding that they go to a legislation court or that they obey an order:
Less than 2 weeks ago Gough ultimately offered a writ on Slater, claiming damperiods for alleged loss of royalties.
(esp. of a person functioning in a restaurant or store) to aid a customer by obtaining what someone demands or by reflecting or marketing goods, or to carry out food or drinks to a customer or guest:
(in tennis and various other sports) the act of hitting the ball to the other player or team to start play :
in a shop, restaurant, or hotel, to deal with a customer by taking their order, reflecting or selling them products, etc.:
to give a legal document to someone, demanding that they go to a court of regulation or that they obey an order:
When policemans take the stays of those they are sworn to protect and also serve, they weaken their very own legitimacy.
In room there"s no air to transmit vibrations, so that suggests total silence -- unless you"re emotional somepoint and your body itself serves as the conduit.
But the finest way to ensure that it serves the people that it ought is to take steps to reduced off the people it oughtn"t.
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