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gateman

(ˈɡeɪtmən)
n, pl -men
a person who controls a gate; gatekeeper
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He however decided to buy some cookies for Sarkodie's gate man since he has been through this same ordeal at the hands of the gateman.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 16 (ANI): A major train accident was averted due to alertness of a gateman Sudeshwar Prasad Gupta on July 14.
Locals alleged that there was no gateman at the level crossing.
Court server Julius Raminya informed the court that a gateman at the company had told him the company had been closed down for one year and it was not known when the operations were to resume.
A young couple, 26 and 24 years old respectively, Mr and Mrs Lucky and Joy Godwin, alongside a 20-year-old gateman of a hotel in Abakaliki, Monday Onwe have been arraigned in an Abakaliki Chief Magistrate court for the murder of a yet to be identified woman with a kitchen knife and stealing her 2-year-old baby.
The official said that Chief Yard Master will get Rs 1500, Yard Master Rs 1350, Assistant Yard Master Rs 1200, Cabin Man Rs 1050, Washing Master and Porter Rs 900, Pilot Master and Points man Rs 700 and Gateman will get Rs 600 monthly from July 1.
John, 42, from Droylsden, who is a gateman at the site where 300 apartments are being built, found the cross while cleaning up an area where homeless people had been staying.
A gateman at one of the railway crossings on the route had alerted the train driver by waving his red cloth turban.
LEGENDARY Melwood gateman Kenny Grimes celebrates his 70th birthday today.
"He had the special talent of being able to get on with everyone, from the gateman to the sponsors, with a superb way about him.
I went to the gateman asking were there any vacant slots, he in turn sent me down to the personal office, where I would meet a lady called Mrs Gavin.