barperson

barperson

(ˈbɑːˌpɜːsən)
n, pl -persons
(Professions) a person who serves in a pub: used esp in advertisements
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Stephanie Spark, 23, a barperson from Hazlerigg, said: "There are lots of Chinese people living in the area so this is really good for the people who can't travel to be in China.
PUB OF THE WEEK The Swan Question time with Glenn Worth | FRIENDLY PUB: Ready to welcome customers are barperson Bryony Shaw, landlady Alison Worth and landlord Glenn Worth Address: Carr Lane Crimble Slaithwaite HD7 5BQ Email: glennworth8@hotmail.
He passed away just months after he was named Barperson of the Year by Camra's Liverpool branch.
there is an intoxicating mix of Welsh and Scouse accents, as well as a barperson who looks exactly like Hayley Turner.
Rita then worked as a barperson at the Highfields public house, Ely, and also in the Canton pub, Llandaff Road, where she kept all the punters in check regarding their use of language - Rita was never one for swearing.
I was a hairdresser, a barperson and a shop assistant but I just wanted to be an actor.
Outrageous transsexual barperson Kitty Roberts is among the new attractions.
Because only five words into my nascent relationship with whichever shop assistant, barperson or receptionist is addressing me, I find myself in a thoroughly bad mood.
conceding the game and the entire pot) or ask the barperson to cash another note at the till for small change and manfully continue.
The price of beer is too much as it is without tipping every barperson who serves.