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Red Bull cans were also distributed by salesgirls during a Services- Tamil Nadu Ranji Trophy game at the high- security Palam Air Force Ground in New Delhi in October.
Luckily for me, there is nothing remarkable about my face; it is an average type of face, so it is easy for me to blend into a crowd and come back to the salesgirl who has the free goodies without being recognised.
Amal Ahmad is one of the Saudi salesgirls in Jazan.
Colleagues Faye Kenny, 23, from Northfield, and Rina Patel, 26, from Wolverhampton, who are salesgirls at Debenhams in Birmingham, console each other.
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, beautiful women with lesser social standing could find work as servants, salesgirls, actresses, or prostitutes.
THE summer outing to the Cotswolds on an ancient charabanc, snogging with some of the salesgirls was a highlight of my time there.
A new army of beauty product salesgirls is being recruited for the first time in more than 30 years.
Salesgirls with lipstick and earrings and long, curly hair.
Samples are available for sniffing in small glass bottles, and salesgirls often dispense small cups of the daily brew - on my visit, a Chinese black tea laced with chocolate, which provided a nice jolt on a Saturday morning.
Three muses a la Dreamgirls come out as salesgirls.
The salesgirls often impart advice and recommendations to followers of the cult, both on ways of worshipping Santa Muerte and on personal problems.
Last week, we told how Jaguar-driving Freeman had splashed out on champagne, luxury trips and weekends away for his team of salesgirls at his Paisley HQ.
The superstar strode into a Bermuda chemist this week explaining to salesgirls it wasn't for him n but for new baby Carys.
Salesgirls at the Sauchiehall Street shop were later accused of issuing refunds to phantom punters, although no one was charged or disciplined.
Their seven point plan for improvements in retail profit-making also included the admonition to "educate your salesgirls that they can ably assist the customer in her selection.