Let this communication serve notice of that fact upon you.
"Yes, but it served notice to those of us able to judge such things as talent and potential."
But it was not until the early 1970s that he served notice of his talent.
I'm here today to serve notice: this is Day 1 of the fight for working families.
"Well, I decided it was time to serve notice that we're residents."
In the morning, he heard the news: Terra had served notice of war.
She then met with the bank one last time before serving notice, thus blocking the sale.
It served notice on other American newspapers that their presence also might not be required.
Administration officials served notice of the threat to veto the measure earlier this week.
Yet it served notice about the Vols' potential next season.