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  • v  be helpful or useful

  • Some years before, Artist Robinson had concluded that the only excuse for painting was to subserve architecture and had applied himself to that problem.
  • In The Trial, setting and camera steadily subserve the subject.
  • Some years before, Artist Robinson had concluded that the only excuse for painting was to subserve architecture and had applied himself to that problem.
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  • HD Deve Gowda in Chandigarh Tribune
    Disapproving of this Gowda said, "I am also pained over the manner in which the constitutionally created institutions are being subverted to subserve political interests and settle scores against political rivals. There cannot be a greater threat to...

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