Service

Function or task that has value.

Service

[play] Service is a 1932 play by the British writer Dodie Smith. It is set around the lives of the Service family who own a department store and whose fortunes are hit by the Great Depression. ==Adaptation== In 1933 it was adapted into an American film Looking Forward directed by Clarence Brown and starring Lionel Barrymore and Lewis Stone....
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Service

[computer science] == Licensing: == ...
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SERVICE

an API that allows for an agent to accomplish specific types of tasks. Usually there is security associated with access to specific classes of agent services. Hosting is simply a specific type of service. Agents can offer services to local or remote agents as well.
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Service

A server process started and controlled by the Windows operating system, details ...
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service

[n] - Canadian writer (born in England) who wrote about life in the Yukon Territory (1874-1958) 2. [n] - a company or agency that performs a public service 3. [n] - tableware consisting of a complete set of articles (silver or dishware) for use at table 4. [n] - an act of help or assistance 5. [n] - the act of public worship ...
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Service

In data broadcasting this defines a single service data channel for an IP including address, continuity, repeats, etc.
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Service

Delivery by post, or in person, of the claim form, or other court documents
Found on http://www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/infoabout/glossary/legal.htm

Service

Serv'ice noun , or Serv'ice [ Properly, the tree which bears serve , Middle English serves , plural, service berries, Anglo-Saxon syrfe service tree; akin to Latin sorbus .] (Botany) A name given to several trees and shrubs of the genus Pyrus , as P...
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Service

Serv'ice noun [ Middle English servise , Old French servise , service , French service , from Latin servitium . See Serve .] 1. The act of serving; the occupation of a servant; the performance of labor for the benefit of another, or at another's comma...
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service

<botany> A name given to several trees and shrubs of the genus Pyrus, as Pyrus domestica and P. Torminalis of Europe, the various species of mountain ash or rowan tree, and the American shad bush (see Shad bush, under Shad). They have clusters of small, edible, applelike berries. ... <botany> Service berry, the fruit of any kind of serv...
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table service noun tableware consisting of a complete set of articles (silver or dishware) for use at table
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service

noun an act of help or assistance; `he did them a service`
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Service

Robert William Service noun Canadian writer (born in England) who wrote about life in the Yukon Territory (1874-1958)
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service

service of process noun the act of delivering a writ or summons upon someone; `he accepted service of the subpoena`
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divine service noun the act of public worship following prescribed rules; `the Sunday service`
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service

verb mate with; `male animals serve the females for breeding purposes`
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service

(ser´vis) the performance of work for others or the performance of an action for the benefit of others. ancillary services tasks provided by hospital employees that are not directly related to health care, such as housekeeping and security.
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Service

• Alt. of Service • (n.) The act of serving; the occupation of a servant; the performance of labor for the benefit of another, or at another`s command; attendance of an inferior, hired helper, slave, etc., on a superior, employer, master, or the like; also, spiritual obedience and love. • (n.) The act of bringing to notice, either......
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service

(from the article `consumption`) ...Durable goods are generally defined as those whose expected lifetime is greater than three years, and spending on durable goods is much more ...
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service

service 1. Word done by someone for another; such as, a job, a duty, a punishment, or a favor. 2. A system or operation by which people are provided with something they need, e.g., public transportation, or the organization that runs such a system.
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Service

1. A product that is not embodied in a physical good and that typically effects some change in another product, person, or institution. Contrasts with good. Trade in services is the subject of the GATS. 2. To make the scheduled payments on a debt, usually including both interest and amounts towards repayment of the principal. See debt service.
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Service

[motor vehicle] A motor vehicle service is a series of maintenance procedures carried out at a set time interval or after the vehicle has travelled a certain distance. The service intervals are specified by the vehicle manufacturer in a service schedule and some modern cars display the due date for the next service electronically on the ins...
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service

a set of functions offered to a user by an organization
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Service

The being employed to serve another. In cases of seduction, the gist of the action is not injury which the seducer has inflicted on the parent by destroying his peace of mind, and the reputation of his child, but for the consequent inability to perform those services for which she was accountable to her master or her parent who assumes this chara.....
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