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Correct spelling for SERVICETHAT
We think the word servicethat is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for servicethat
- Serviceable(Definition of serviceable)
- Service(Definition of service)
- Serviette(Definition of serviette)
He swore upon peril of his soul that he would nominate four of us who, according to his opinion, were most serviceable and fit, so that we should choose one from those four.
The 1987 proposal, by burburys company trinity projects, was to feature a hotel on the pinnacle serviced by a cable car based at fern tree.
You have said that you were willing to do me a service-then leave me.
We were told afterwards that we had had the best driver in jerusalem, but i never engaged his services again.
This was a lie, justified in the utterer's opinion as a repulse to mr. mardon's vulgar inquisitiveness, such inquisitiveness as might have been expected from a fellow who tucked his serviette under his chin.
That indicates that he was a serviceman and that, in my opinion, that waives the membership fee.
But segregated public accommodations such as motels, restaurants, and amusements, a particularly virulent form of discrimination for servicemen, who as transients had to rely on such businesses, existed in all parts of the country including areas as diverse as iowa, alaska, arizona, and illinois.