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waitress

a woman who serves at table, as in a restaurant
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Some Saudi women are still working as waitresses because they need the money, said Sheikha Al-Dahilan, who is a university graduate and currently has a job.
In this essay, I will examine a particular linguistic strategy that I have observed in waitresses at Waffle House: the use of the epithet "honey.
To avoid problems with customers who might perhaps show too much interest in the waitresses, the cafe has strict rules of conduct, driven home by a video played in the cafe.
So quit giving our waitresses and grits a bad name.
Waiters and waitresses will be asking the public to ensure that they question restaurant and hotel managers so that they can be sure that the money they leave is going to the hard-working member of staff who it is intended for.
Just because waitresses get more propositions doesn't mean they're getting better ones.
Father Henryk Jankowski, who played a prominent role in the Solidarity movement, said: "Ugly women need not bother apply to become waitresses in my cafes.
And Hines and Shelly, as the other waitresses, create comical supporting characters who are a pleasure to watch.
The world's premier web site featuring smoking hot waitresses and bartenders from top clubs around the world, continues to catch fire across North America.
Waiters and waitresses greet customers and show them to a table.
In the United States, the casual eatery puts its waitresses in tight tops and short shorts to attract a mostly male clientele.
The secret diners will act just like the presenter of the BBC TV quiz show The Weakest Link and moan at waiters and waitresses.