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a group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common

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So, in order to supply everything that was needful, each member of a guild paid what was called "pageant silver.
It was then that the playing came into the hands of the trade guilds.
On this occasion, or sometimes on some other festival, it became customary for the guilds to present an extended series of the plays, a series which together contained the essential substance of the Christian story, and therefore of the Christian faith.
The expense accounts of the guilds, sometimes luckily preserved, furnish many picturesque and amusing items, such as these: 'Four pair of angels' wings,
At this the Sheriff looked grave and all the guild of butchers too, so that none laughed but Robin, only some winked slyly at each other.
Now busk ye, my merry men all," quoth he, "and bring forth the best we have, both of meat and wine, for his worship the Sheriff hath feasted me in Nottingham Guild Hall today, and I would not have him go back empty.
The guilds of Florence are most admirably described by Mr Edgcumbe Staley in his work on the subject (Methuen, 1906).
The women and men of SOMC s guilds are truly extraordinary individuals and make such a difference for the patients, families and staff of Southern Ohio Medical Center, SOMC Guild Coordinator Jenny Lavender said.
NORTHBORO - The Northborough Art Guild is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a juried art show from 10 a.
1) There was, however, significant continuity in terms of social composition, in that the patricians were mainly wealthy traders, closely linked to the merchant guild and keen to preserve the city's privileges out of economic and political self-interest.
The direct account of a particular merchant guild might tell a different story, but such accounts are rare.
These workers, which may have formed as much as a third of total population of Paris, operated in a wide range of crafts and typically worked within the guild system.
The New York Times has agreed to consider a Newspaper Guild request for voluntary buyouts as future cost-cutting efforts are reviewed.
TimBen Boydston, executive and artistic director of the Canyon Theater Guild, an amateur theater in Newhall, is not sure there's room in town for another group.
The Academy of the Arts, Guild Hall of East Hampton's society, will present a Special Lifetime Achievement Patron of the Arts Award for leadership and philanthropic endeavors to Stephen A.