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The bartender mixes and serves drinks, and the majority of drinks a bartender is making contain alcohol, such as beer, wine, liquor, liqueur, coolers and cocktails. They also serve water, juice, pop and other non-alcoholic beverages for customers who do not wish to drink alcohol such as a designated driver or a non drinker. As well as make and serve drinks, the bartender is also responsible for taking payment for drinks (either from customers, waiters or waitresses), keep the liquor supplies and glassware stocked, keep the bar area clean, maintain enough ice and garnishes on hand and serve food to customers sitting at the bar. Often, the bartender is expected to dress appropriately to add to the atmosphere of the bar.
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Figure 17C, a t bar with hooks at both ends, starts and finishes stubborn, and will fight on to the end of his own course. People like this have a lot of energy and usually move around a lot. In Figure 18, the t bar is placed pretty high on the stem, showing self-confidence. If a t bar is located beneath the middle of the stem: it shows lack of confidence in the self, as though he did not feel good enough about himself to "stretch up" to his normal height. The fact that the stem descends as it does with such determination shows stubbornness, unwillingness to bend to another's opinion. It is often difficult to get along with such a person; as you can see, he descends to the lower zone to pick up a certain degree of strength. Note: The height of the t bar as an indicator of personality is only relative to what is normal. In some countries students are taught always to cross their ts somewhat lower, or somewhat higher, than is usual with Palmer Method writers. So for them, relative height must be borne in mind.
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