- n. Plural form of caterer.
“The banquet hall rang with laughter -- particularly the table of colleagues who had worked alongside Caitlin and Jen while they called caterers, orchestrated bridesmaid fittings and nitpicked contracts from their desks while simultaneously juggling sales calls and meeting commission goals.”
“I called the caterers, and the woman who answered apologized and said she’d be right there to pick him up.”
“The caterers were a family operation, Corey knew, and besides being very good, they obviously enjoyed working together.”
“Those numbers don't include industry-related jobs such as caterers and truckers.”
“With support staff such as caterers and makeup people finding work hard to come by, word out of NBC that non-striking writers may face layoffs, but talk show host Ellen Degeneres hopes to keep her show on air despite the strike.”
“Local businesses such as caterers, restaurants and hardware stores benefit from the influx of clientele and service needs--not to mention the number of residents employed by the entertainment industry who suddenly have work.”
“In our neighbourhood there are, too, a vast number of "caterers" and”
“Daniel, as the "caterers," with sleeves rolled up, worked hard over the lemonade.”
“Besides herself, the caterers are the only ones ever there on both nights. “”
“Over the course of the year, the "caterers" heading receives 22 million references in print and online Yellow Pages directories, ranking as the 106 th most-referenced heading among the 4,000-plus headings (top 2.7 percent).”
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