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Part-time New York City waitress Sarah March, shares that concern.
Kathy, who worked as a waitress, had been married for around a dozen years, her father said.
What about workers whose hours and income fluctuate, like waitresses, Uber drivers and seasonal workers?
The waitress, patiently taking orders and maneuvering among the crowds of men, was the only Spanish speaker in the room.
Starring Day-Lewis as Reynolds Woodcock, an intense and unforgiving couture dressmaker who finds — and loses — a new muse in the waitress Alma (Vicky Krieps), the film has received six Oscar nominations, including best picture.
Working as a waitress for many years, (Avon Old Farms Inn and East Side Restaurants) Elizabeth loved to work with those wanting to enjoy a pleasurable meal with family and friends.
On Monday, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported details of a 1998 lawsuit by cocktail waitresses at Wynn’s previous company, Mirage Resorts.
Jose Delgado, of Orlando, has been a regular at Puerto Rican restaurants such as Pal Campo near Walt Disney World, where waitresses wear traditional red and green Puerto Rican dresses and waiters wear black slacks with shirts and suspenders.
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Definition of waitress for English Language Learners
: a woman who serves food or drinks to people in a restaurant
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