Soft serve from RM9.50-16.50
Drain them and serve at once.
A perfect serve is called an ace.
Serve with vanilla raspberry compote.
Spoon over the dressing and serve.
The soft serve craze is here to stay.
Serve alone, or top with fresh berries.
Serve the corn on the cobs and lime wedges alongside.
At 30-30, he found a huge unreturned serve down the T.
Serve the egg in a small eggcup on a small serving plate.
After Williams had her serve broken, Pliskova held her serve.
The players serve alternate games and change sides after every odd number of games.
Cantonese barbecue is the dishes that we serve here kinda embodies what traditional Cantonese barbecue will serve.
After getting pushed to 30-all on his serve, Thiem responds with his fastest serve of the day: a 109mph ace out wide for 40-30.
The serve, therefore, is replayed whether the let occurs on the first serve or, following a fault, on the second serve.
Bake for 8-10 minutes, remove from the oven and serve whole on a board and cut it at the table; or you could cut into portions and serve on warm serving plates.
If you decide to serve and volley, watch how many times Rafa gets the return low, and to me that’s a heightened awareness of the guy coming in behind the serve.”
Both Oversight and Financial Services are in a group of "exclusive" committees that members of Congress are generally only permitted to serve on one of at a time, but members can receive waivers to serve on two exclusive committees at once.
The endings have different functions: the macular organs serve primarily as gravity receptors and detectors of sudden movements; the crista organs serve for the perception of rotational acceleration; and the papillae serve for hearing.
The once-minimalist menu (two soft serve flavours and a variety of toppings) at Hail's Soft Serve is now replaced with a dessert spread featuring waffles, chocolate lava tarts, pavlova and hotcakes, but the star of the show is still the pink peppercorn soft serve.
- serve a purpose, role, or function
Example: The tree stump serves as a table
- (sports) a stroke that puts the ball in play
Example: his powerful serves won the game
- do duty or hold offices; serve in a specific function
Example: He served as head of the department for three years
- contribute or conduce to
Example: The scandal served to increase his popularity
- be used by; as of a utility
Example: The sewage plant served the neighboring communities
- help to some food; help with food or drink
Example: I served him three times, and after that he helped himself
- provide (usually but not necessarily food)
Example: We serve meals for the homeless
- devote (part of) one's life or efforts to, as of countries, institutions, or ideas
Example: She served the art of music
- promote, benefit, or be useful or beneficial to
Example: Art serves commerce
- spend time in prison or in a labor camp
- work for, or be a servant to
Example: May I serve you?
- deliver a warrant or summons to someone
- be sufficient; be adequate, either in quality or quantity
- do military service
Example: She served in Vietnam
- mate with
Example: male animals serve the females for breeding purposes
- put the ball into play
Example: It was Agassi's turn to serve
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