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a student enrolled in (or graduated from) Eton College

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He was regularly applauded by fellow Etonians wearing tail-coats, perched along the 120-yard wall which formed the centre piece of the ancient game.
GOAL-LESS WONDER: Prince Harry playing the traditional Etonian 'Wall Game' yesterday
But he appointed fellow Old Etonian Thomas Ashton, 4th Baron of Hyde, as a whip in the House of Lords.
Mr Gove, who went to a fee-paying school in Scotland, said the concentration of Old Etonians in the higher echelons of the Conservatives was because "more boys from Eton go to Oxford and Cambridge than boys eligible for free school meals".
Despite being an amateur team, Old Etonians were 1-0 winners against the professionals of Blackburn, who included three England internationals and one Scotland player.
Whether picking friends or colleagues, he invariably opts for the same type of people: Old Etonians, pals from the infamous Oxford University Bullingdon Club, or some other section of the elite.
David Cameron suffered a fresh blow yesterday when one of his party's biggest donors withdrew financial support and lambasted his "arrogant, Old Etonian" leadership.
* Blackburn Olympic won the FA Cup Final, beating Old Etonians 2-1.
Only Arthur Kinnaird has appeared in more finals - nine in all between 1873 and 1883 for The Wanderers and Old Etonians.
The Irishman is unlikely to break the all-time record for cup final appearances - Lord Arthur Kinnaird appeared in nine of the first 11 cup finals for Wanderers and Old Etonians.
DAVID Cameron's new policy adviser Jesse Norman claims Old Etonians dominate the PM's innersanctum because "other schools don't have the same commitment to public service".
If I found an Etonian in there, I'd be very surprised" - Jools Holland when asked if he thought there were too many Etonians in the Cabinet.
Our Old Etonians also claimed a great win, but one that entails a trip to your local charity shop for extra clothing.
Or is it Cameron's Tories, stuffed with Old Etonians who have little understanding of ordinary people's problems and even less sympathy?
"The Tory Party seem to be run now by Old Etonians and they don't seem to understand how other people live.