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Synonyms for beefeater

officer in the (ceremonial) bodyguard of the British monarch

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The recruitment campaign for PS30,000-a-year Beefeaters offers "a career in modern heritage tourism for forward-thinking people-focused individuals who are excellent communicators and have an inherent sense of fun".
The new restaurants may look different to the original Beefeaters, but the same welcoming atmosphere and fantastic service can be found.
A FORMER governor of the Tower of London who said he was sacked for standing up to Beefeater bullies lost his tribunal yesterday.
In their distinctive uniforms, emblazoned with the monarch's emblem, the Beefeaters - or more properly the Yeoman Warders of the Tower of London - are instantly recognisable symbols of Britain and Britishness.
We've teamed up with the Black Bear Beefeater Grill in Glasgowto give one lucky family a fantastic meal for four AND a digital camera to record your good times, worth more than pounds 250.
THE Tower of London has a new Beefeater in the form of Stephen Mc-Menamy, from St Helens.
Balthazar Jones and the Tower of London Zoo is the tale of a Beefeater who is charged with setting up a royal menagerie in the historic monument, while dealing with the loss of his only child and the subsequent effect on his marriage.
But then I don't socialise with 70 per cent of the Beefeaters.
But allegations that she had been bullied by fellow Beefeaters surfaced last month.
TWO Yeoman Warders at the Tower of London have been dismissed following an investigation into allegations of harassment of the first female Beefeater, it was announced yesterday.
But allegations that she had been bullied by some of her fellow Beefeaters surfaced last month.
HUNDREDS and thousands of visitors flock to the UK each year, to visit historic sights and marvel at the pageantry of the changing of the guard, the Beefeaters at the Tower and recently the opening of Parliament.
Other women have applied for the post in the past, but until now there have been no female Beefeaters in the Tower's 1,000-year history.
She has spent the past two months undergoing intensive training to learn the 21 separate duties that the Beefeaters perform each day and the Ceremony of the Keys.
No one is exactly sure why we are called Beefeaters -- but a likely explanation is that up until the 1800s we were paid partly in meat.