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A subdivision used in local governments in a number of countries. Wards are sometimes the constituencies for local, elected officials. They are often equivalent to a neighborhood or a portion of county.
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Scott is the 409th person to become a Yeoman Warder - beating competition from 175 other candidates who applied.
Talking about his new employment, that will see him and his family live inside the fortress, Barry said: "Being the 410th Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London is a huge honour and I am chuffed to be here.
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The warder then passed on to the next generation of the family, who approached Sotheby's to shed light on what has turned out to be an important artefact.
Now the home department introduced a four-tier promotion service structure for the warders who would be inducted in BPS-5 with Intermediate qualification criterion and after five years service, they would be promoted as head warder in BPS-7.
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He said it was wrong that the warders pushed a stick into the UTP's genitals.
Father-of-two Scott Kelly, 45, who has been in the Army Air Corps for 23 years, will be the 409th Yeoman Warder since records began in the 19th century.
The warders uncuffed him when he asked to use the toilet but he left it and walked quickly down a dead-end corridor.
In 1866, it was reorganized as Warder, Mitchell & Co., with John J.
Warder and his wife had just purchased an old farm that had once belonged to President Harrison overlooking the Ohio River in North Bend, Ohio.