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  • n  a maid who is employed to clean and care for bedrooms (now primarily in hotels)

  • He fled Ireland into self-imposed exile late in 1904, taking with him Nora Barnacle, a young woman from Galway who was working as a hotel chambermaid in Dublin when Joyce met her .
  • Bridget Farry, hotel chambermaid, who went to court in an emerald dress with a green ribbon in her hair, silver stockings and gilt shoes, refused to identify McManus.
  • Marisa (Jennifer Lopez) is a hard-pressed chambermaid in a tony hotel.

  • Rex Nettleford in Jamaica Gleaner
    In explaining the point, Professor Nettleford said: "Just think of a chambermaid in a deluxe hotel, tending a room for our visitors, then she has to leave and go to a shack not very far away. That disjuncture is just too much for her to cope with,...
  • Bob Woolmer in International Herald Tribune
    When he was found by the chambermaid she was joined by a doctor and a nurse who attempted to resuscitate him although I understand there were no visible signs of life,Woolmer said.
  • Victor Ashe in Boston Globe (registration)
    It cuts across all layers of Polish society,says US Ambassador Victor Ashe. "From the hotel chambermaid to the business executive, every Pole is familiar with this issue."

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