He wanted to learn how to draft grant proposals so sera could get more funding to do more relief work.
He started his relief group, called Special Emergency Response and Assistance (sera), in the fall of that year.
sera drew aside a golden curtain and they were in the audience chamber of the Daughter.
sera served the Daughter as handmaiden while she was yet among us.
Enumerar las miriadas de animales que pueblan la selva, sera imposible.
There he bathed his head and arms while the Ana pulled open sera's food bag.
Je me suis mme acquis un petit nombre d'amis qui meritent mon estime, et dont le souvenir me sera toujours cher.
Vous n'avez qu' dire: rien ne me sera difficile' (June 1694).
But if they pronounced these words as we do, they should have substituted s, sera, sivilis.
Those of Khaldhan, of Preboung and sera, are the most celebrated and the most populous.
1670s, "watery animal fluid," from Latin serum "watery fluid, whey," from PIE root *ser- (2) "to run, flow" (cf. Greek oros "whey;" Sanskrit sarah "flowing," sarit "brook, river"). First applied 1893 to blood serum used in medical treatments.
serum se·rum (sēr'əm)
n. pl. se·rums or se·ra (sēr'ə)
A watery fluid, especially one that moistens the surface of serous membranes or that is exuded by such membranes when they become inflamed.
The clear yellowish fluid obtained upon separating whole blood into its solid and liquid components.
Such fluid from the tissues of immunized animals, containing antibodies and used to transfer immunity to another individual.
Plural serums or sera