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waitress

a woman who serves at table, as in a restaurant
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She had been working as a waitress in one of Adliya's less well known restaurants and but her body was discovered on December 1.
The waitress looked like she was going to say something, then thought better of it and ran off to get a piece of paper and pen.
The waitress called Kirsty Brearley and her family "weird", before the chef posted an image of himself making an offensive gesture.
A WAITRESS has said that model and TV personality Chrissy Teigen left her a $1,000 (PS765) tip after a steakhouse dinner in Ohio.
html) Back in 2016 , a waitress in Oklahoma claimed that a couple left her detestable words instead of a tip for her services.
Summary: Cook and waitress caught selling drug to police informant in sting operation
Nevertheless, the food was sufficiently tasty, and our waitress was sufficiently friendly, and for a moment I was able to forget that I hate dining out.
Earlier this year, Bareilles was asked to compose the tunes for the musical Waitress and she delivered a collection that works just as well as a stand-alone, pseudo concept album .
The waitress had made the allegations in a post on the left-wing Daily Blog website, accusing Key of bullying and harassing her.
Salma Al-Wabare, a postgraduate student, said she would also work as a waitress if she did not have other qualifications, despite the social pressure.
The waitress came with the cups on a tray, And served them up in the usual way.