barista

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barista

a professionally trained person who makes and serves coffee in a coffee bar

ba·ri·sta

 (bə-rēs′stə)
n.
An employee of a coffee shop who prepares and serves coffee or other beverages.

[Italian, bartender : bar, bar, café (from English bar; see bar1) + -ista, -ist (from Latin -ista, -istēs, from Greek -istēs, agent n. suff).]

barista

(bəˈrɪstə)
n
(Professions) a person who makes and serves coffee in a coffee bar
[C20: Italian: literally, bartender]
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But they may be willing to reach out to acquaintances, attend an organized group event, or talk to the barrista who serves them at their favorite coffee shop.
We would also like to thank our Lebanese contributors who have added great flavor to tonight's event, Kefraya wine, Almaza beer, Barrista coffee, Patchi chocolates and Sabaho Bakery.
Jobs are also being advertised, including for an apprentice barrista at the much-awaited new venue.
But how, for example, does one compare, using this measure between a barrista and a barrister?
In the face of bad friendships, the participants referred that their children became a struggle to get ahead and be better people: I was a barrista (a type of gang belonged to a football team), and if, say, if I had remained a "barrista", I could not ofering my son nothing, I would only concentrate on wandering, drinking and being a drunkard, and in itself, the worst (P1).
If freedom is a mental construct (achievable perhaps, by changing one's cognitions?), available to anyone, barrista or banker, provided they can pay for or access psychological treatment, governments are exempt from blame and responsibility.
But the skilled barrista's brewing skills are only part of the attraction for the growing army of clients who flock to the Caffe Delle Stelle in the Co Wicklow town.
Barrista Skills and Food and Beverage Server short courses will be started at major cities of province of the Punjab.