In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- She was the only waitress who refused to serve the bikers who dined there several times a week.
- My sister lives in Florida and works as a waitress for the Red Lobster restaurant chain.
- Edwardian-style waitresses served tea of salmon and cucumber sandwiches, cakes and scones on the lawn.
- The waiters and waitresses wore black trousers or skirts and black T-shirts.
- Here you'll sit at long communal tables while waitresses in Bavarian costume serve foaming pots of beer.
- The waitresses served sandwiches cut into triangles of white bread, and wore those black and white uniforms.
- When your BBQ items are ready, one of the friendly waitresses will bring the plate right to your table.
- We didn't have long to wait before a cheerful waitress seated us at a small table for two near a window.
- Vacated tables were cleared promptly and service by traditionally dressed waitresses was efficient.
- I was in Australia not so long ago and spoke to a young waitress serving at the table.
- Mum worked as a waitress at the Ark restaurant in Palace Gardens Terrace and went on to be a photographer.
- During the meal we were served by five different people - three waiters, two waitresses.
- Instead, waiters, waitresses and every other person who used to have to rely on tips to live were given a decent wage.
- How does the salary for a waitress at Hooters compare to waitresses at other restaurants?
- Flash has the friendliest bouncers, most evil bar tenders and sweetest waitresses of any club.
- After Shaz had been staying at our place for a few weeks, she got a job as a waitress in the restaurant of a nearby hotel.
- I stroll to the other end of the hall and the waitress seats me at an empty table.
- The waitress who served me my pizza had clearly been reading Professor Elias's study.
- Efficient waitresses managed to keep tables cleared as customers departed and before more arrived.
- The two of them had got a job together working as waitresses at a local restaurant.
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