gateman


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gateman

(ˈɡeɪtmən)
n, pl -men
a person who controls a gate; gatekeeper
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45-B and duty hut for level crossing no 23 Kalanaur Katan), Level crossmg no, 41 (Bamla) & one und type-il quarter for gateman at LC No 45-6 and other ancillary works between Rohtak (excluding) to Bhiwani (excluding) section in connection w4h Roktak - Bhiwani standard Il-R work Sr.
The appointments will be made on posts of subengineers, guards, assistant drivers, station masters, gateman, pointsman and sweepers.
The broken wheel was brought to the notice of a railway official at Bobas railway station, around 40 km from Jaipur, by gateman Kaluram when he saw smoke rising and heard an awkward sound coming from the train.
Grandad Chris Wood, 49, had a TICKET but was denied admission because the gateman said he was DRUNK.
The gateman at a railway station informed the guard inside the train," Chandrayan said.
I did flinch, though, when the BBC gateman trumpeted: "That's not the way we do things at the BBC
As such, he commissioned award-winning graphic designer Jason Gateman to create a one-of-a-kind mural on an H2 Hummer.
Your grey hairs mean you are probably honest - What a gateman at Glastonbury said to Sir John Nott, former Tory defence secretary, whose admission ticket was washed away in the deluge.
The Middleham trainer said: "He was going to ride Gateman for me in the Arlington Million and that would have been a better time to hang up his boots.
He sent faithful servant Gateman down from Yorkshire to land the Listed totepool Midsummer Stakes over an extended mile.