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waitress

a woman who serves at table, as in a restaurant
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While this doesn't mean you're doomed to waitressing, you need to be careful.
She says: "There had been quite a difficult start to the year, my boyfriend had had an operation, he'd not been very well and I'd been waitressing a lot.
Undeterred, Pope won a place at London's prestigious Webber Douglas drama school, and supported herself by waitressing, doing bar work and cleaning.
TV FAVOURITE Delia Smith has told how her knack of revealing all began early in her culinary life - flashing at customers while waitressing.
She worked at waitressing, weaving, or packaging jobs to provide for her family.
She added: "Sophie was doing a bit of everything - barwork, waitressing, learning it all.
Northumbria Police released CCTV images of Ms Zhou, known as Cici, leaving Wagamama's restaurant in the city centre on Thursday after she finished a waitressing shift.
Murder squad police today issued CCTV images of Cici as she made her way home at the end of her waitressing shift.
from Central Newcastle High School, Newcastle, which was started by 13 girls in September last year and provides a bespoke waitressing service.
This, presumably, means with both mother and father working, their 14-year-old daughter serving in a sandwich shop lunchtimes and waitressing four nights a week, their 12-year-old son doing a milk round and delivering papers and the eight-year-old cleaning chimneys by going up them with a brush tied to his head.
In her last semester of high school, she is happy with her waitressing job, and willing to keep working at the cafe until she figures out what she wants to do with her future.