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BRITAIN-ENVIRONMENT/PUB
RTS2LHCM
July 09, 2019
A barmaid pours a pint at the Green Vic, at a pub in London aiming to be the world's most ethical pub,...
London, United Kingdom
A barmaid pours a pint at the Green Vic, at a pub in London aiming to be the world's most ethical pub,...
A barmaid pours a pint at the Green Vic, at a pub in London aiming to be the world's most ethical pub, in Shoreditch, London, Britain July 5, 2019. Picture taken July 5, 2019. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
GLOBAL-BREAKFAST/
RTX6BKUR
July 16, 2018
A barmaid serves breakfast in downtown Rome, Italy July16, 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
Rome, Italy
A barmaid serves breakfast in downtown Rome
A barmaid serves breakfast in downtown Rome, Italy July16, 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
ITALY-REFERENDUM/
RTSUPBL
December 05, 2016
A barmaid reads the Corriere della Sera newspaper at a coffee shop in Rome, Italy, December 5, 2016....
Rome, Italy
A barmaid reads the Corriere della Sera newspaper at a coffee shop in Rome
A barmaid reads the Corriere della Sera newspaper at a coffee shop in Rome, Italy, December 5, 2016. REUTERS/Max Rossi
CANADA-TOURISM/
RTR4PI6D
February 13, 2015
A barmaid pours vodka in an ice glass at the Ice Hotel in Quebec City, February 13, 2015. REUTERS/Mathieu...
Quebec City, Canada
A barmaid pours vodka in an ice glass at the Ice Hotel in Quebec City
A barmaid pours vodka in an ice glass at the Ice Hotel in Quebec City, February 13, 2015. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA - Tags: TRAVEL)
CANADA-TOURISM/
RTR4PI4H
February 13, 2015
A barmaid serves a drink to customers at the Ice Hotel in Quebec City, February 13, 2015. REUTERS/Mathieu...
Quebec City, Canada
A barmaid serves a drink to customers at the Ice Hotel in Quebec City
A barmaid serves a drink to customers at the Ice Hotel in Quebec City, February 13, 2015. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA - Tags: TRAVEL)
CZECH/
RTR37ZE5
September 14, 2012
A bartender covers bottles of hard liquor with towels in a bar in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech...
Prague, Czech Republic
A bartender covers bottles of hard liquor with towels in a bar in Prague
A bartender covers bottles of hard liquor with towels in a bar in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned the sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol, the CTK news agency reported. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
BRITAIN/
RTR313TI
April 23, 2012
A barmaid pours a pint of beer at The Builders Arms pub in east London February 2, 2012. The pub is within...
London, United Kingdom
A barmaid pours a pint of beer at The Builders Arms pub in east London
A barmaid pours a pint of beer at The Builders Arms pub in east London February 2, 2012. The pub is within a mile of the Olympic Park where the 2012 Olympic Games will take place. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT OLYMPICS TRAVEL)
BRITAIN-ALCOHOL PRICING
RTR2ZRBT
March 23, 2012
A barmaid pours a pint of beer at The Builders Arms pub in east London in this February 2, 2012 file...
London, United Kingdom
A barmaid pours a pint of beer at The Builders Arms pub in east London
A barmaid pours a pint of beer at The Builders Arms pub in east London in this February 2, 2012 file photograph. Britain plans to introduce a minimum price for the sale of alcohol in England and Wales as part of an initiative to curb binge drinking and anti-social behavior, Home Secretary Theresa May said on March 23, 2012. Photograph taken February 2, 2012. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
FOSTERS-SAB/
RTR2NWFJ
June 21, 2011
A barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney June...
Sydney, Australia
Barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney
A barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney June 21, 2011. Australia's Foster's Group has rejected a A$9.5 billion ($10.1 billion) cash takeover offer from global brewing giant SABMiller as too low, offering only a slim premium for Australia's largest brewer. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
FOSTERS-SAB/
RTR2NWF5
June 21, 2011
A barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney June...
Sydney, Australia
Barmaid pours a glass with a beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney
A barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney June 21, 2011. Australia's Foster's Group has rejected a A$9.5 billion ($10.1 billion) cash takeover offer from global brewing giant SABMiller as too low, offering only a slim premium for Australia's largest brewer. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
FOSTERS-SAB/
RTR2NWF0
June 21, 2011
A barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney June...
Sydney, Australia
Barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney
A barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney June 21, 2011. Australia's Foster's Group has rejected a A$9.5 billion ($10.1 billion) cash takeover offer from global brewing giant SABMiller as too low, offering only a slim premium for Australia's largest brewer. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
FOSTERS-SAB/
RTR2NWEV
June 21, 2011
A barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney June...
Sydney, Australia
Barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney
A barmaid pours a glass with beer produced by Fosters at the Occidental Hotel in central Sydney June 21, 2011. Australia's Foster's Group has rejected a A$9.5 billion ($10.1 billion) cash takeover offer from global brewing giant SABMiller as too low, offering only a slim premium for Australia's largest brewer. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-HEATHROW/
RTR2C48W
March 26, 2010
Barmaid Tracy Howard talks to customer at the King William IV pub in Sipson, near Heathrow Airport west...
London, United Kingdom
Barmaid Howard talks to customer at the King William IV pub in Sipson, near Heathrow Airport west of...
Barmaid Tracy Howard talks to customer at the King William IV pub in Sipson, near Heathrow Airport west of London March 26, 2010. The British government's plans for a third runway at London's Heathrow airport were dealt a blow on Friday after a court ruled it must review the climate change and economic impact before the expansion can go ahead. If the plans do go ahead the pub will be in line to be demolished . REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-BUDGET/
RTXFN49
May 11, 2009
A bartender walks next to liquor bottles in a bar in central Sydney May 11, 2009. The Australian government...
Sydney, Australia
A bartender walks next to liquor bottles in a bar in central Sydney
A bartender walks next to liquor bottles in a bar in central Sydney May 11, 2009. The Australian government will announce on May 12 what is the most keenly watched national budget in years, as the country heads for a recession, unemployment rises and rumours swirl of a possible early general election. The government is expected to increase taxes for cigarettes and alcohol in this budget. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA POLITICS BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCXJE
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) walks with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson walks with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) walks with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN CONFLICT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCXAP
March 18, 2009
Peter Hodgson gestures as he stands with his brother Sean (4th L)outside the High Court in London March...
London, United Kingdom
Peter Hodgson gestures as he stands with his brother Sean outside the High Court in London
Peter Hodgson gestures as he stands with his brother Sean (4th L)outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Sean Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCXA4
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (centre L) waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (centre L) waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCXA3
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX9X
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson waves outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson waves outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson waves outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX9S
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) is kissed by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson is kissed by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) is kissed by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX9Q
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (centre L) stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009....
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (centre L) stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX9N
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) kisses his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson kisses his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) kisses his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX9L
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18,...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX9I
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) is hugged by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson is hugged by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) is hugged by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX9D
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson smiles outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson smiles outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson smiles outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX97
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) is hugged by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson is hugged by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) is hugged by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX94
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18,...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX93
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (C) and his brother Peter leave the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson and his brother Peter leave the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (C) and his brother Peter leave the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX91
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) and his brother Peter leave the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson and his brother Peter leave the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) and his brother Peter leave the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX8X
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (C) is hugged by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson is hugged by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (C) is hugged by his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX8T
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX8R
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson stands next to his brother Peter (5th R) outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009....
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson stands next to his brother Peter (5th R) outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CRIME/RELEASE
RTXCX8Q
March 18, 2009
Sean Hodgson (L) waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18,...
London, United Kingdom
Sean Hodgson waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London
Sean Hodgson (L) waves as he stands with his brother Peter outside the High Court in London March 18, 2009. Britain's Court of Appeal on Wednesday cleared a man who has spent 27 years in prison for murder, ruling that DNA evidence showed he could not have been the killer. Hodgson, now 57, was sentenced to life in prison in 1982 for the murder of Teresa De Simone, a 22-year-old part-time barmaid who was found strangled in 1979. REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN CONFLICT SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTR1WR85
February 06, 2008
A member of staff pours vodka into a cup made of ice as she poses for a photograph at an ice bar at Alpha...
SHIMUKAPPU TOWN, Japan
A member of staff pours vodka into a cup made of ice as she poses for a photograph at an ice bar at Alpha...
A member of staff pours vodka into a cup made of ice as she poses for a photograph at an ice bar at Alpha Resort Tomamu's ice village in Shimukappu town, Japan's northern island of Hokkaido February 6, 2008. The bar, where visitors can enjoy drinks starting from 500 yen (about $4.7), will operate until about mid March, the resort said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1WR5V
February 06, 2008
A bartender pours vodka into an glass made of ice at an ice bar at Alpha Resort Tomamu's ice village...
SHIMUKAPPU TOWN, Japan
A bartender pours vodka into an cup made of ice at an ice bar in Shimukappu town, Japan's northern island...
A bartender pours vodka into an glass made of ice at an ice bar at Alpha Resort Tomamu's ice village in Shimukappu town, Japan's northern island of Hokkaido February 6, 2008. The bar where the counter, tables and chairs are all made of ice will operate until about mid March, the resort said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
AME05D
RTR1C7G1
April 05, 2006
File photo of Dutch barmaid wearing a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat posing as a Scottish soccer...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
A DUTCH BARMAID POSES FOR A PHOTOGRAPH FOR A SCOTTISH SOCCER FAN IN AMSTERDAM
File photo of Dutch barmaid wearing a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat posing as a Scottish soccer fan takes a photograph in Amsterdam, November 18, 2003. WORLD CUP 2006 PREVIEW REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell PP06040036
BRITAIN
RTR1BJ7V
November 23, 2005
A barmaid pulls a pint at a pub in central London, November 23, 2005. About one third of all the pubs,...
London, United Kingdom
Barmaid pulls a pint at a pub in central London
A barmaid pulls a pint at a pub in central London, November 23, 2005. About one third of all the pubs, clubs and shops in England and Wales licensed to sell alcohol will stay open for longer from midnight on Wednesday as Britain seeks a new way to tackle its binge drinking problem. Under new licensing laws, the country's pubs and bars will be allowed to stay open for longer and the fixed 11 p.m. closing time observed by most pubs since World War One will be swept away. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
GERMANY
RTXNOZP
August 12, 2005
A German barmaid fills a mug of beer from a pump marked with caricatures of German Chancellor Gerhard...
Berlin, Germany
A German barmaid fills a mug of beer from a pump marked with caricatures of German Chancellor Gerhar.....
A German barmaid fills a mug of beer from a pump marked with caricatures of German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Angela Merkel, his challenger in a general election scheduled for mid-September, in a Berlin bar August 12, 2005. With sponsoring from a German newspaper, the images carry the motto 'Waehle mit Kehle' (Vote With Your Throat). The pumps act as a kind of electoral barometer by counting the number of beers ordered from each of the candidates.
GERMANY
RTRKAYL
August 12, 2005
A German barmaid fills a mug of beer from a pump marked with caricatures of German Chancellor Gerhard...
Berlin, Germany
A German barmaid fills a mug of beer in Berlin.
A German barmaid fills a mug of beer from a pump marked with caricatures of German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (R) and Angela Merkel, his challenger in a general election scheduled for mid-September, in a Berlin bar August 12, 2005. With sponsoring from a German newspaper, the images carry the motto 'Waehle mit Kehle' (Vote With Your Throat). The pumps act as a kind of electoral barometer by counting the number of beers ordered from each of the candidates. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz TOB/CVI
LEISURE BIKE WEEK
RTR4960
March 07, 2005
A woman tending bar on Main Street in Daytona Beach, Florida is dressed in nothing more than artificial...
Daytona Beach, USA
Barmaid dressed in flowers at Bike Week.
A woman tending bar on Main Street in Daytona Beach, Florida is dressed in nothing more than artificial flowers during Bike Week March 7, 2005. The ten-day event attracts motorcyclists of all varieties with over 500,000 expected this year. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW
SOCCER
RTXMAW3
November 18, 2003
A Dutch barmaid wearing a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat poses for photographs in Amsterdam, November...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
A Dutch barmaid wearing a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat poses for photographs in Amsterdam, Nov.....
A Dutch barmaid wearing a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat poses for photographs in Amsterdam, November 18, 2003. [Scotland] face the Netherlands in the second leg of their Euro 2004 play-off match at the Ajax Arena in Amsterdam on Wednesday.
SPORT SOCCER
RTRQLG8
November 18, 2003
A Dutch barmaid wears a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat as Scottish
soccer fans arrive in Amsterdam...
Hoorn, Netherlands
A DUTCH BARMAID WEARS A GLENGARRY HAT AS SCOTTISH SOCCER FANS ARRIVE IN
AMSTERDAM.
A Dutch barmaid wears a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat as Scottish
soccer fans arrive in Amsterdam before the forthcoming match against
the Netherlands, November 18, 2003. Scotland are due to face the
Netherlands in the second leg of their Euro 2004 play-off match at the
Ajax Arena in Amsterdam on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

JJM/MD/AA
SPORT SOCCER
RTRQLG4
November 18, 2003
A Dutch barmaid wears a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat as Scottish
soccer fans arrive in Amsterdam...
Hoorn, Netherlands
A DUTCH BARMAID WEARS A GLENGARRY HAT AS SCOTTISH SOCCER FANS ARRIVE IN
AMSTERDAM.
A Dutch barmaid wears a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat as Scottish
soccer fans arrive in Amsterdam before the forthcoming match against
the Netherlands, November 18, 2003. Scotland are due to face the
Netherlands in the second leg of their Euro 2004 play-off match at the
Ajax Arena in Amsterdam on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

JJM/MD/AA
SPORT SOCCER
RTRQLFU
November 18, 2003
A Dutch barmaid wearing a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat poses for
photographs in Amsterdam, November...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
A DUTCH BARMAID WEARING A TRADITIONAL SCOTTISH GLENGARRY HAT POSES FOR
PHOTOGRAPHS IN AMSTERDAM.
A Dutch barmaid wearing a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat poses for
photographs in Amsterdam, November 18, 2003. Scotland face the
Netherlands in the second leg of their Euro 2004 play-off match at the
Ajax Arena in Amsterdam on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

JJM/MD/JV
SPORT SOCCER
RTRQLFR
November 18, 2003
A Dutch barmaid wearing a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat poses as a
Scottish soccer fan takes a...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
A DUTCH BARMAID POSES FOR A PHOTOGRAPH FOR A SCOTTISH SOCCER FAN IN
AMSTERDAM.
A Dutch barmaid wearing a traditional Scottish Glengarry hat poses as a
Scottish soccer fan takes a photograph in Amsterdam, November 18, 2003.
Scotland face the Netherlands in the second leg of the Euro 2004
play-off match at the Ajax Arena in Amsterdam on Wednesday.
REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

JJM/MD/JV
LIFE ITALY PERFUME
RTRD3FP
October 24, 2002
A customers smell perfumes as barmaid Stefania Zuccotti (R) prepares
fragrances at Rome's L'Olfattorio...
Rome, Italy
A CUSTOMER SMELLS PERFUMES AT ROME'S " L'OLFATTORIO " PERFUME BAR.
A customers smell perfumes as barmaid Stefania Zuccotti (R) prepares
fragrances at Rome's L'Olfattorio perfume bar October 24, 2002.
L'Olfattorio is one-of-a-kind perfume bar located just a couple of
blocks from the fashionable Spanish Steps where women and men sidle up
to the counter and experiment an array of scents at no costs.
REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico PICTURE TAKEN OCTOBER 24

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INDIA
RTR1535K
May 09, 2002
Indian barmaids hide their faces after being arrested in Bombay, May 9,
2002. A hundred and sixty four...
Bombay, India
INDIAN BARMAIDS HIDE THEIR FACES AFTER BEING ARRESTED IN BOMBAY.
Indian barmaids hide their faces after being arrested in Bombay, May 9,
2002. A hundred and sixty four barmaids, working illegally in a bar in
Bombay were arrested on early Thursday morning. REUTERS/Roy Madhur

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INDIA
RTR4X7K
May 09, 2002
Indian barmaids cover their faces after being arrested in Bombay, May
9, 2002. Hundred and sixty four...
Bombay, India
INDIAN BARMAIDS HIDE THEIR FACES AFTER BEING ARRESTED IN BOMBAY.
Indian barmaids cover their faces after being arrested in Bombay, May
9, 2002. Hundred and sixty four barmaids, working illegally in a bar in
Bombay were arrested on early Thursday morning. REUTERS/Roy Madhur

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BRITAIN QUEEN
RTRPWLD
November 28, 2001
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II meets stars of the BBC television soap
opera Eastenders Barbara Windsor...
London, UK
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH MEETS EASTENDERS STARS DURING HER TOUR OF THE
SOAP OPERA SET IN LONDON.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II meets stars of the BBC television soap
opera Eastenders Barbara Windsor who plays barmaid Peggy Mitchell (C)
and June Brown (L), who plays Dot Cotton during her visit to set in
London November 28 2001. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh tour
broadcast facilities in London. REUTERS/Fiona Hanson/POOL

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FRANCE
RTRP7YN
November 09, 2001
A barmaid opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French
anise-flavoured aperitif, at...
Toulouse, France
BARMAID OPENS A BOTTLE OF "READY-TO-DRINK" PASTIS IN TOULOUSE.
A barmaid opens a bottle of "ready-to-drink" pastis, the famous French
anise-flavoured aperitif, at a bar in Toulouse, November 9, 2001. The Pernod
Ricard beverages firm tests the pre-mixed bottled drink, one part Pastis
with five parts water with an alcoholic content of 7.5deg, in 20cl bottles
chilled to 4deg C. The bottled pastis is intended for younger drinkers than
the traditional anise-flavoured aperitif attracts. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe
Arles

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AUSTRALIA KALGOORLIE
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June 19, 2001
"SKIMPY" BARMAID NIKKI WELCOMES CUSTOMERS TO THE WILD WEST SALOON AT THE EXCHANGE HOTEL IN KALGOORLIE...
Kalgoorlie, Australia
"SKIMPY" BARMAID NIKKI WELCOMES CUSTOMERS TO THE WILD WEST SALOON AT THE EXCHANGE HOTEL IN ...
"SKIMPY" BARMAID NIKKI WELCOMES CUSTOMERS TO THE WILD WEST SALOON AT THE EXCHANGE HOTEL IN KALGOORLIE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.


"Skimpy" barmaid Nikki from Queensland poses behind batwing doors of the Wild West Saloon in Kalgoorlie's Exchange Hotel before an evening shift. Tourism industry chiefs who want to clean up the city's wicked redneck image are at odds with people who are in favour of the city bars where customers can be served by scantily-clad barmaids known as "skimpies" who, they claim, are part of Kalgoorlie's history. Picture taken 7 June, 2001.
AUSTRALIA KALGOORLIE
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June 19, 2001
"SKIMPY" BARMAID NIKKI WITH CUSTOMERS AT WILD WEST SALOON IN THE EXCHANGE HOTEL AT KALGOORLIE IN WESTERN...
Kalgoorlie, Australia
"SKIMPY" BARMAID NIKKI WITH CUSTOMERS AT WILD WEST SALOON IN THE EXCHANGE HOTEL AT KALGOORLIE IN ...
"SKIMPY" BARMAID NIKKI WITH CUSTOMERS AT WILD WEST SALOON IN THE EXCHANGE HOTEL AT KALGOORLIE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA.


"Skimpy" barmaid Nikki from Queensland, is pictured pouring beers during her shift behind the bar of the Wild West Saloon in Kalgoorlie's Exchange Hotel as patroons look on. Tourism industry chiefs who want to clean up the city's wicked redneck image are at odds with people who are in favour of the city bars where customers can be served by scantily-clad barmaids known as "skimpies" who, they claim, are part of Kalgoorlie's history. Picture taken 7 June, 2001.
AUSTRALIA
RTXKKLN
June 14, 2001
"Skimpy" barmaid Nikki from Queensland poses behind batwing doors of the Wild West Saloon in Kalgoorlie's...
Kalgoorlie, Australia
"Skimpy" barmaid Nikki from Queensland poses behind batwing doors of the Wild West Saloon in Kalgoor.....
"Skimpy" barmaid Nikki from Queensland poses behind batwing doors of the Wild West Saloon in Kalgoorlie's Exchange Hotel before an evening shift. Tourism industry chiefs who want to clean up the city's wicked redneck image are at odds with people who are in favour of the city bars where customers can be served by scantily-clad barmaids known as "skimpies" who, they claim, are part of Kalgoorlie's history. Picture taken 7 June, 2001.
AUSTRALIA
RTXKKLM
June 14, 2001
"Skimpy" barmaid Nikki from Queensland, is pictured pouring beers during her shift behind the bar of...
Kalgoorlie, Australia
"Skimpy" barmaid Nikki from Queensland, is pictured pouring beers during her shift behind the bar of.....
"Skimpy" barmaid Nikki from Queensland, is pictured pouring beers during her shift behind the bar of the Wild West Saloon in Kalgoorlie's Exchange Hotel as patroons look on. Tourism industry chiefs who want to clean up the city's wicked redneck image are at odds with people who are in favour of the city bars where customers can be served by scantily-clad barmaids known as "skimpies" who, they claim, are part of Kalgoorlie's history. Picture taken 7 June, 2001.
PRINCE
RTXI0YN
September 18, 1998
Court House Hotel barmaid Dale "Daisey" Prince retracts her claim September 18 that she had seen former...
Court House Hotel barmaid Dale "Daisey" Prince retracts her claim September 18 that she had seen for.....
Court House Hotel barmaid Dale "Daisey" Prince retracts her claim September 18 that she had seen former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in her Port Douglas hotel on Thursday. Prince claimed she was only joking with a local tv crew when she said she had served the former lover of US President . The far north Queensland resort town has been the scene of a media hunt for Lewinsky.
RTRHE1P
September 18, 1998
Court House Hotel barmaid Dale "Daisey" Prince retracts her claim September 18 that she had seen former...
Australia
BARMAID DALE PRINCE RETRACTS CLAIM OF MONICA LEWINSKY SIGHTING.
Court House Hotel barmaid Dale "Daisey" Prince retracts her claim September 18 that she had seen former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in her Port Douglas hotel on Thursday. Prince claimed she was only joking with a local tv crew when she said she had served the former lover of US President Bill Clinton. The far north Queensland resort town has been the scene of a media hunt for Lewinsky.

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IRELAND
RTRF0FE
June 20, 1998
Tina Hobley who until this week played barmaid 'Samantha' in television's Coronation Street pushes through...
Ennis
CORONATION STREET STAR HOBLEY MARRIES IN IRELAND.
Tina Hobley who until this week played barmaid 'Samantha' in television's Coronation Street pushes through the massive crowd gathered outside the Ennis cathederal in Co Clare, Ireland to get inside the church for her wedding ceremony June 20. Hobley married fiance Steve Wallington.

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SUMMIT
RTXICO4
May 14, 1998
Barmaid Roseanne Kellegher serves a pint of English bitter beer she named "Hashimoto's Tokyo Tipple"...
Barmaid Roseanne Kellegher serves a pint of English bitter beer she named "Hashimoto's Tokyo Tipple".....
Barmaid Roseanne Kellegher serves a pint of English bitter beer she named "Hashimoto's Tokyo Tipple" in the [Prince of Wales] pub May 14. The pub, situated outside the Birmingham International Conference Centre, has renamed a range of beers after the leaders of the G8 who will be meeting in Birmingham May 15-17.
SUMMIT
RTXICO3
May 14, 1998
Barmaid Roseanne Kellegher serves a pint of English bitter beer in the [Prince of Wales] pub May 14....
Barmaid Roseanne Kellegher serves a pint of English bitter beer in the [Prince of Wales] pub May 14......
Barmaid Roseanne Kellegher serves a pint of English bitter beer in the [Prince of Wales] pub May 14. The pub, situated outside the Birmingham International Conference Centre, has renamed a range of beers after the leaders of the G8 who will be meeting in Birmingham May 15-17.
RTRE1G0
May 14, 1998
Barmaid Roseanne Kellegher serves a pint of English bitter beer she named "Hashimoto's Tokyo Tipple"...
United Kingdom
A BARMAID SERVES A PINT OF G8 HASHIMOTO BEER.
Barmaid Roseanne Kellegher serves a pint of English bitter beer she named "Hashimoto's Tokyo Tipple" in the Prince of Wales pub May 14. The pub, situated outside the Birmingham International Conference Centre, has renamed a range of beers after the leaders of the G8 who will be meeting in Birmingham May 15-17.

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