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tea lady

n
a woman employed in a factory, office, etc to make tea during a tea break
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This is something I was considering due to family commitments "The response I have had from all our customers has been unbelievable and I underestimated how important our little shop was to people and how much me and the tea ladies mean to you.
The majority of the staff: doctors, nurses, care assistants, cleaners, tea ladies and gentlemen have been so kind.
He was then transferred to a ward for two days and is now on ward 31, where everyone from doctors to the tea ladies have been superb and very caring.
With the help of The Glebe Street Afternoon Tea Ladies, Maw has compiled this braw bible of the rules, etiquette and niceties of the occasion.
It guts me to think of the tea ladies and kit men I worked alongside losing their jobs because the Indians haven't a Scooby how to run a football club.
Zen Women: Beyond Tea Ladies, Iron Maidens, and Macho masters" is an exploration of women in regards to the Buddhist faith.
I also miss the tea ladies - they are very good down there
FIRST TEA LADIES PM's wife Sarah Brown and Michelle Obama at Maggie's Cancer Centre, west London, last week.
He is renowned for his catchphrase "my dear old thing" and his musings on pigeons, double-decker buses, planes, tea ladies, and of course cakes.
That team spirit will include everyone at Aggborough - from the chairman to the tea ladies to the fans.