tea lady


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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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They've had the same tea lady there for thirty years.
The only difference being I do not know the gender of the head gardener but I do know the tea lady was Megan.
The staff, from our tea lady to the nurses and doctors, just could not do enough for the patients.
The only staff left are highly trained medical professionals like top tea lady Teresa, Casualty obsessed nurse Flo and Maureen, a psychotic mortuary assistant who is rapidly running out of patients.
Scores of Chronicle readers have sent their well wishes to Newcastle United tea lady Kath Cassidy who has retired from her role after more than 50 years.
As long as you leave the football to the football men, the money to the money men - and the tea to the tea lady, obviously - nothing can go wrong.
NICK Clegg yesterday mocked David Cameron's "ducking and weaving" over TV debates - joking the Tory PM would want "the tea lady" to join in.
SIR Alex Ferguson has told how he once had to be RESCUED from a terrifying tea lady at Cowdenbeath.
What an outstanding team of people they have working in this hospital, from the nurses to the tea lady, from the ward sister to the meal providers, they all should receive the highest praise.
And yesterday cameras started rolling on a second series of fly-on-the-wall documentary series The Call Centre - as it emerged that one of the show's most prominent stars, fake tan-loving tea lady Hayley, is becoming a minor celebrity in her own right.
We need the directors, the kit man, the programme sellers and the tea lady all in it together.
He will also appear as tea lady Mrs Bag, who takes a fancy to Bruce, a weatherman and a technician.