We know not how one may be employed to subserve and promote the happiness of another, and all to help one another.
Such records may, in various ways, subserve the cause of emancipation.
It is indeed a comforting assurance in all trials, that God has some holy and wise end to subserve.
The former includes all structure that is adapted to subserve some function.
The bones of this order of mammals are slender and marrowy; they are thus light, and subserve the function of flight.
But I'm willing you should use my name, darling, to subserve your timidity.
It would at least subserve this purpose very efficiently, and thus protect the dam below it from the effects of freshets.
I answer, that it is right that barbarism should subserve civilization.
Its purpose, however, is rather to subserve the object of continuing the species, than merely its own gratification.
Let it be shown that barbarism ought not to subserve civilization.