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a female bartender

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Crupp,' said I, 'I must beg you not to connect the young lady in my case with a barmaid, or anything of that sort, if you please.
He also eschews hot potations, and addicts himself to a tankard of ale, which is brought him by the barmaid.
The barmaid called to her master, and warned him that strangers were intruding themselves into the house.
The barmaid had positively refused to draw him any more liquor; in return for which he had (merely in playfulness) drawn his bayonet, and wounded the girl in the shoulder.
which he might have bestowed on a friendly barmaid.
ST HELENS barmaid Kiera Weathers wowed the X Factor judges on Sunday by singing We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off - which has always annoyed me about barmaids.
The British actress is "thrilled" to be the latest in the long line of Corrie barmaids, which included Michelle Keegan, Bev Callard, Julie Goodyear and Sarah Lancashire.
The actress, 45, is "thrilled" to be the latest in the long line of Corrie barmaids including Michelle Keegan (Tina McIntyre), Bev Callard (Liz McDonald), Julie Goodyear (Bet Lynch) and Sarah Lancashire (Raquel Watts).
Sid Hodson tweeted: "Time has been called on the Queen of barmaids.
THE funeral has been held of one of Birmingham's bestloved and longest-serving barmaids.
The love bug struck seven barmaids in a row causing a mini-baby boom.
BIKINI-CLAD barmaids at a bar in Coventry are set to be ditched by bosses who plan to re-open it as a student venue.
ONE of Wales' most celebrated actresses has played a number of pub landladies and barmaids in her career.
That way we would have heard the last of all blonde, buxom, brash and bawdy barmaids long before the occupation was stereotyped, then every pub in the country would be staffed by normal, approachable, standard-issue personnel.
Buxom barmaids in Bavaria could be forced to cover up if a 'loony' EU directive comes into force over levels of sun exposure, it emerged yesterday.