saleslady


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Jah, a Thai saleslady, said her customers want to have new styles for their hair.
Timings during Ramadan are also an issue especially for those who have to start work at 8pm like Maricel Tejones who works as a saleslady at Marina Mall.
Her mother, Dorothy Kline, supported herself, Wayne and her own mother as "a traveling saleslady in the corset business", as Wayne puts it.
But what was funny: during that hour of hurling clothes back and forth over the dressing room door, the saleslady approached Mary to whisper collegially, "You're very good at that; I'd love to hire you.
As I had just four one dollar bills in my purse, I told the saleslady that I'd write a cheque.
For example you can start as a saleslady at Shoprite or Edgars and become a branch manager within a few years.
Prancing about in her pink trench coat, the former Sex And The City star purrs her way through this over-heated trawl of sex through the ages like a Viagra saleslady.
23) When June Browne was first employed in 1947 she was hoping for work as a model but instead was given the job of saleslady in the studio, allowing Newton to concentrate on portraiture and fashion work (wedding photography was dropped).
The stages move from (1) seeing a style that looks outlandish, to (2) seeing more people wearing it, to (3) trying it on as the saleslady says, "It's you," to (4) buying and wearing it, to (5) having the style become "everyday" and boring, to (6) discarding the style and considering it an oddity.
She didn't think it was really her, but the saleslady did.
who moves and speaks ever more slowly, tortoiselike, and is eventually killed outside the Cafe Zambesi by a passing motorist just as he stops in a pedestrian crossing to gaze at the balloon-man who has lost any link to the Earth; and finally, Irene, the perfume saleslady whose face develops a strange, gaping hole that she painfully and unsuccessfully conceals with makeup.
Seeing a GABARDINE skirt I liked, I BARGAINED for it with the saleslady," Lisa Miles remarked.
Despite being told by the grumpy ticket saleslady that it was imperative to book, there were plenty of unbooked seats.
A wonderful saleslady guided me to the brightest of the brights.