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waitress

a woman who serves at table, as in a restaurant
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Then she saw an advertisement about a vacancy in a coffee shop for baristas and waitresses.
When the other waitresses caught wind of this, they decided they wanted to bring Foy a bit of cheer.
"They use waitresses in these restaurants to lure customers into business.
A SIGN appearing to advertising naked waitresses in a Middlesbrough pub has been branded "appalling" and "shameful".
Most waitresses are not looking at the people and just hand over the menus due to being over worked, and under paid.
A witness has confirmed that the 'Baby' hitmaker had left the club with two waitresses.
"It started off with the four of us waitresses and eventually came down to just me.
In the dialogues between the waitresses and the patrons, relationships are being established, defined, and negotiated--relationships that are, in many ways, new to me.
But York waitresses are made of sterner stuff and she duly set off to carry out her duty.
Even that is pretty low when you consider that waiters and waitresses rely on tips to make a living wage.
Clad in frilly French maid costumes, some with elaborate tresses tumbling down their shoulders, waitresses attend to customers and pamper them in the Philippines' first 'Maid Cafe'.