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to give a deceptively attractive appearance to

to make superficially more acceptable or appealing

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In other news, Todd Unrnh of Midwest Energy was the guest speaker at the breakfast of the Gild of Ancient Supplers at the MEA Operations Conference in Ames, IA.
John Colleshull, John Goldsmyth, and William atte Slowe were allowed to assign to the proposed Gild 18 messuages (houses), three tofts (plots at the back of buildings), six acres of land, and 40 shillings of rents, in Birmingham and Edgbaston.
In its findings for the month of June GILD found that the C programming language continues to be a very popular skill among IT professionals.
At its formation, members selected the pattern of the ancient Gild to afford the best symbolism to express its goals of loyalty to craft, worthiness of membership and dignity of years of service.
The GILD talent report compares the quality of talent graduating from colleges and the skills of professionals employed in India.
But she also casts her net wide to take in gild records, administrative documents at every level of jurisdiction, and literary and artistic documentation.
A gild might have possessed propoerty such as houses, lands or livestock which it would let out annually for use and profit.
GILD's tests give technology professionals worldwide a way to rank themselves against their peers by simulating real world coding situations, testing for the application of coding knowledge and experience.
The Gild is a fraternity of suppliers to the gas industry throughout the U.S.
Each gilded roof is signed and numbered and the owner is presented with a certificate of authenticity.
Experts at York University say the Pater Noster Gild roll has offered up important clues about the origins of the famous Mystery Plays which take place in the city.
JIM BOLGER'S horses are in tremendous form and the Coolcullen trainer should continue his fine run with Gild in the Renvyle House Hotel Handicap at Galway today.
Frank Chapman, (kneeling) was `knighted' at the recent Gild of Ancient Supplers meeting held in conjunction with the Midwest Energy Association's Operations Conference in Ames, IA.
The gilded outer coffin has been removed from the king's tomb for the first time since it was discovered in 1922 and it will take eight months to restore weaknesses in the plaster.