Origin of public service
Examples from the Web for public service
“Hurting others or destroying property is not the answer,” the elder Brown had said last week in a public-service video.
Sarah supports the family with her public-service job while Aidan “pursues” his “dream.”
They are committed to memory by millions of Chinese who aspire to pass the public-service examinations.Ten Great Religions|James Freeman Clarke
The establishing of many kinds of public-service bodies illustrates this fact.The Holy Earth|L. H. Bailey
He accepted regular “retainers” from public-service corporations.'The System,' as uncovered by the San Francisco Graft Prosecution|Franklin Hichborn
The demands incident to the operation of public-service companies are also different from those applicable in private business.
The principle of effective regulation of public-service carriers had been, indeed, vigorously affirmed in no mistakable terms.
British Dictionary definitions for public service
- government employment
- the management and administration of the affairs of a political unit, esp the civil service
- a service provided for the communitybuses provide a public service
- (as modifier)a public-service announcement