Serving board

(Naut.) a flat piece of wood used in serving ropes.

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Stoned Rectangle Marble Serving Board | 20x40cm, available in black and white, PS45
It includes Robert Specterman-Green, director, media & creative industries at the DCMS; Hugh Hesketh-Evans, a serving board member of S4C; Elisabeth Watkins, described as a senior independent panel member; Ashok Ahir, director of communications at the UK government's Welsh Office and a former head of BBC Wales' political unit; and Hywel Owen, a representative of the Welsh Government.
Arthur Deshon Moore, the founder of Snorkel and a serving board member of the company, died last week aged 94.
Those who would like to become PPCRV volunteers must be at least 18 years old, a registered voter, not related to any serving Board of Election Inspectors, and not related to any candidate.
http7/www.boardnetusa.org/public/home.asp charitySTRONG is the e-learning and digital matching program division of Governance Matters, serving board candidates and nonprofits throughout New York State.
To become a PPCRV volunteer, one must be at least 18-years old; a registered voter; not related to any serving Board of Election Inspectors up to the fourth degree of consanguinity, and not related to any candidate in a particular district.
In honour of long serving board member Jimmy Nairn, there is a new trophy for opening day.
To become a PPCRV volunteer assigned as a poll watcher, the requirements are: to be at least 18 years old, able to read and write, not related to any serving Board of Election Inspectors (BEIs) up to the fourth degree of consanguinity and not related to any candidate in a particular city.
Dasho Pema Wangda, former Secretary of labor ministry, and one of the former and longest serving board members in the NPPF, said that pension is the only source of income for retired people and tax on pension should be removed.
When the meringue is completely cool remove from the oven, place on a serving board, and using a spoon drizzle chocolate around the edge.
Gently loosen the edges with a butter knife, then carefully turn it out on to a serving board and peel off the paper.
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