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“I had been warned that Cologne's blue-aproned waiters are famously rude to patrons, particularly foreigners.”
“A blue-aproned girl who had been packing her materials in an adjoining locker turned civilly.”
“Some were grumpy, some were merry, one had been caught red-handed -- or at least blue-aproned -- cooking his own dinner.”
“At eight a sudden banging and yelling would break out all through the basement; bells rang on all sides, blue-aproned men rushed through the passages, our service lifts came down with a simultaneous crash, and the waiters on all five floors began shouting Italian oaths down the shafts.”
“It was a hundred-pound block of ice, carried by a blue-aproned porter.”
“An amah, blue-trousered, blue-jacketed, blue-aproned, cluttered across the courtyard with two pails of steaming water.”
“A clerk, a fat-shouldered, blue-aproned, pimple-cheeked youth, stood in the open doors of a grocery, and as he passed, stared him in the face and said "Yah!" with supreme disgust.”
“A clerk, a fat-shouldered, blue-aproned, pimple-cheeked youth, stood in the open doors of a grocery, and as he passed, stared him in the face and said ` ` Yah! '' with supreme disgust.”
“At open doors the British soldiers lounged at ease, and in the dim interiors behind them the forms of the women of the house, blue-aproned, moved to and fro.”
“Luxembourg Gardens -- what time the blue-aproned Jacques was polishing their waxed floors with his legs for broom-handles -- they went into ecstasies over everything, drawing each other's attention to the sky, the trees, the water.”
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