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  • n. Plural form of servee.


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  • We would catch a servees, one of the dilapidated old taxis that careened around Beirut blasting their horns at unwary pedestrians and picking up multiple passengers for a dollar each.

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  • Onstage, four ex-fighters, three men and a woman, sat mashed against each other on a tiny couch like passengers in a crowded servees.

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  • A talkative, roly-poly servees driver named Muhammad Awada said it to me while he was chain-smoking, driving across the Fouad Chehab overpass, and trying to turn around and talk to me all at the same time.

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  • “They say ‘Take me to Barbar’ as soon as they get off the plane,” said Abu Hussein, a servees driver we knew from the neighborhood.

    Day of Honey

  • The utility servees 63,500 customers in 20 communities in western South Dakota, northern Wyoming and southeastern Montana.

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  • We crossed over the busy road, trying to dodge the traffic and also trying to ignore the maniacal servees drivers and the hail of abuse that is inevitable if you enter their field of vision.

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  • The servees 'attorneys are billed for the service, which averages about $50, depending on the distance traveled to deliver the documents.

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