there are numerous ways for you to score while playing tennis. if you serve, and your opponent does not return the ball, hits the net on the return, or returns the ball and it goes out of bounds, these would all equal a point to you. you can also gain a point if after two tries your opponent does not serve the ball over the net. also remember the score starts at 15, goes to 30, then to 40, and 60 is win. if you both are tied at 40, that is called two, and you would need to score twice to win the match.
I love super spuds and would serve them all the time if it wasn't bad for my weight.
That would be all of them except for the 43 men who DID serve as President.
you should serve all the customers by yourself
United Nations serve all sort of puddings and cakes for dessert.
My team plays a game called beat cartch. for every serve you get over, its a point, and for every serve you miss, cartch gets a point. We generally play to 25. We also play paint the floor where someone lays on the floor on the other side of the net. You have to hit the person on the other side and then you go and join them until all the people on your side are on the other side of the net on the ground.
You credit score would likely be so bad no financial institutions would be willing to loan you money.
The serve is when the player in position 1 (right back) goes beyond the out line and hits the ball over the net to the other side of the court. This is how all games start.
That would be the conductor, with the conductor's score.
I would guess that it would initially cause your credit score to go down a few points ... but look on the bright side -- you would be immediately and permanent OUT OF DEBT! I filed a Chapter 7 four years ago and already my FICO score is back in the 700s, and I have no problem getting credit cards, car loans, etc. All the money I used to put toward debt now goes into investments, and my future looks bright ...
It is not a sentence. You don't say what all the people would do. You might say "All the people on the south side would vote."
No. All strands can be replicated, just depends on where the enzymne decides to land and unzip it. Anyways, all DNA molecules would be adequate templates since they are all identical copies of each other.