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(1) Many of the early Willses were yeomen farmers.
(2) It was protected by yeomen of the guard wearing the royal red and gold livery.
(3) The definition of yeomen was complex, a matter of subtle distinctions.
(4) As regards yeomen the statistics serve chiefly to emphasise the difficulty of pinning them down to a precise definition.
(5) But some had administrative jobs as female yeomen , so-called yeomanettes, in the Naval Reserve and Coast Guard.
(6) The yeomen were the major producers in the Wei Dynasty.
(7) Most of southern Yeomen began to plant cotton on small scale and particulated in the local market exchange.
(8) He would repeat the word " Yeomen " as if it afforded him consolation. Sentencedict.com
(9) Room was also found in one act for men of ￡5 perannum plus yeomen, or servants, who were 40s. freeholders.
(10) Many rural taxpayers at ￡40 and upwards on goods were yeomen who made up in substance what they lacked in status.
(11) Tourists in England who have seen the warders of the Tower of London and the Yeomen of the Guard know that these men dressed in 15th-century uniforms are called beefeaters.
(12) With it came the ceremonial post of Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard.
(13) Second, it dealt a telling blow to villeinage, and third, a new class of yeomen farmers emerged, paving the way to the development of capitalism.
(14) The uprising dealt a telling blow to villeinage, and a whole new class of yeomen farmers emerged, paving the way for the development of capitalism.
(15) On the other hand, the factors of commodity economy have permeated into the southern yeomen economy and have somewhat influence on the self-sufficiency of Yeomen Economy.
(16) You wait ages, then two semi-staged versions of The Yeomen of the Guard arrive within months.
(17) It's obvious that agricultural capitalism was promoted by the yeomen , but not by the landlords who were forced aboard to the commercial economy.
(18) Now look you, my merry men, that you do no harm to yeomen, or to them that till with the plough, or to the knight or squire who is kind to the poor.
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