Noun(1) officer in the (ceremonial(2) in former times was free and cultivated his own land
(1) The poorly-educated son of a yeoman farmer, his social graces, and those of his wife, left something to be desired.(2) Throughout the medieval period the term yeoman was used within the royal and noble households to indicate a servant's rank, degree, position or status.(3) These folks here at the sheriff's office have done a yeoman 's job for the citizens of this county.(4) In other words, whose servant is the yeoman , the squire's servant or the knight's servant?(5) The suffering caused is remembered in the many stories about women fleeing their homes and taking refuge for fear of soldier and yeoman repression.(6) US Navy yeoman Jack Adams witnessed the war in the Pacific.(7) A market revolution occurred as a yeoman and cash crop agriculture and capitalist manufacturing replaced artisan economy.(8) The hoplite's presence on the battlefield was a reflection of his own free status in the polis community and thus reinforced his privileged position as a free yeoman farmer and voting citizen.(9) One is a canon; the other his yeoman (servant). The Host welcomes them and asks whether either has a tale to tell.(10) It is at this point that we see the emergence of the yeoman farmer: a peasant smallholder with up to 100 acres of land.(11) The early Republican ideal of the yeoman farmer was giving way to the virtues of urban capitalism and concern for, or fear of, the urban masses.(12) As a young Yeoman Petty Officer, Hal was assigned to the U.S.S. COLORADO.(13) Gary was assigned basic training in Orlando ... serving as Operations Yeoman and Squadron Admin Awards Petty Officer.(14) In the 17th century it developed into a general term for the lord of the manor, well below the level of nobility, but far above yeomen .(15) Popular printed portraits of Elizabeth may have been more expensive but they would have been in reach of yeomen , artisans, clerks and many others who lived above a subsistance income.(16) One contemporary account notes that before her visit to Croydon in April and May 1585 a gentleman usher called Francis Coot and nine yeomen and grooms spent eight days making ready for her Majesty the Bishop's house.
(1) yeoman of the guard :: ガードのヨーマン
1. yeoman of the guard ::
2. beefeater ::
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