I venture to say that no service book in the world is quite like ours in this.
They had been hoping all the while for a pension, but in their service book was written "on sick-leave."
The "service book" which German employs are required to keep.
In one tepee a young mother is reading a service book of the Roman Church to her little girl of five.
There will be a new marriage, at which doubtless you shall hold the service book and he the lady's hand.
He held a service book in his hand, and stood ready to marry Joan of Hohenstein to another.
Councils were held and the Pope still persevered in his determination to abolish the old Spanish service book.
In 1812 he published a book of hymns, and in 1837 a service book to which he contributed eighty-nine hymns.
They next invited English exiles abroad to join them at Frankfort, saying nothing about their mutilations of the service book.
A service book may either be fairly elaborate or may be written simply in black and red.