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waitress

a woman who serves at table, as in a restaurant
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When he defended himself before the appellate court, the suspect refuted the claim that he locked the doors of his vehicle, changed the route and stopped in a deserted area where he threatened to kill the waitress if she did not have sex with him.
James Lusted, 26, who is 3ft 7in, was on a date with his 5ft 7in fiancee when the waitress picked up two menus.
Online released a copy of the letter addressed to Blaine that has asked the waitress to retract her statements about Kendall Jenner.
Fatima, a university graduate, said she quit her job as a waitress because she felt pressured by friends and relatives, despite the fact that customers treated her respectfully and tipped well.
She looked for the waitress and caught her eye, Complained that her coffee was cold with a sigh.
The 42-year-old Saudi earlier denied the charge in court and claimed that the waitress was his wife and that he had compatriot witnesses to prove that.
Curtis had been looking for an extra to play the role of a waitress in the time-travelling rom-com - out yesterday - and Rebecca fitted the bill.
The witness added that as the waitress got into Bieber's SUV, the guys chased her out, saying that they wanted the bow tie back, to which Bieber's security pushed back, and a scuffle started.
She was known as the barristers' waitress and would serve meals often single-handed to them.
The waiter or waitress is there simply as a liaison between the party at your table and the kitchen.
However, the waitress approached another man seated behind the intended target and asked him to desist from the unpleasant habit, leaving the original complainant trying to eat his lunch without catching the innocent victim's eye.
My niece Natalie was a waitress in a pancake house and can work out percentages of a bill in an instant.