service book


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serv′ice book`


n.
a book containing the forms of worship used in divine services.
[1575–80]
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Noun1.service book - a book setting forth the forms of church serviceservice book - a book setting forth the forms of church service
religious text, religious writing, sacred text, sacred writing - writing that is venerated for the worship of a deity
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We use main dealer parts and update your vehicles idrive and service book. We also have access to the main dealers online DSB (Digital Service Book portal) where we update your vehicle's service history with the dealer, as many new models require this.
Prestige German Cars uses main dealer parts and update your vehicles idrive and service book. They also have access to the main dealers online DSB (Digital Service Book portal) where they update your vehicle's service history with the dealer, as many new models require this.
'It is a good initiative of the Sindh government to include all lady health workers program employees in Sindh service book,' she added.
The education department has got published in the newspapers a list of 794 ghost teachers, whose actual appointment record, service book and education degrees were missing.
And with the average used car now selling for PS7,706, a fully-stamped service book could be worth up to PS1,464 to each used car seller and around PS10 billion to the used car market annually.
Magnetos and Magneto Service book, first published in 1942, this 46-page book has seven well-illustrated chapters on inductor type, flywheel type, Wico EK, magnetizing, building a magnet charger, magnetizing equipment and fine points on service.
As long as the car comes with a neatly stamped service book, and you have it inspected and HPI-checked, the Boxster is a dependable and charismatic Porker, which is now looking unbelievably cheap.
Barthram admitted 10 counts of fraud and six counts relating to false service book records.
The collection also includes a dozen family photographs, Mr Bowen's drivers' licence, service book plus a touching remembrance card in memory of his mother who died in January 1937.
Tell them you'll settle the balance after you've inspected the car, and made sure it's been prepared to your absolute satisfaction, including things like spare keys, radio code, service book and handbook.
There are several ways in which this evidence can be provided, including a service book, statement of service from the employer or, if unable to obtain either of these, a statutory declaration.