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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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Year after year the same guild acted the same play.
The members of each guild tried to make their pageant as fine as they could.
So, in order to supply everything that was needful, each member of a guild paid what was called "pageant silver.
The expense accounts of the guilds, sometimes luckily preserved, furnish many picturesque and amusing items, such as these: 'Four pair of angels' wings,
To the guilds the giving of the plays was a very serious matter.
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 at Southern Ohio Medical Center share a common goal to support the needs of the patients, as well as the hospital s beneficial programs through fundraising efforts.
This article will examine the efforts of guilds and the civic elite to defend their economic privileges in the face of threats from immigrant artisans or traders.
Institutions and European Trade: Merchant Guilds, 1000-1800
From Artisan to Worker: Guilds, the French State, and the Organization of Labor, 1776-1821, by Michael P.
During contract negotiations last year under previous leadership, the guilds made no progress in improving upon their old deal for home video residuals despite the ascent of the DVD format, which typically contributes more to a studio's bottom line than box office revenue.
A surprise meeting with an old crony, carping among the guilds, and Brendell thrown into a dungeon; what more could possibly take place?
Huddersfield Town Hall was the venue for the annual meeting of the West Yorkshire Federation of Towns- women's Guilds.
The narrative begins in 1675, the year exclusively female guilds of seamstresses were established by royal patent in both Paris and Rouen, and continues to the abolition of the guilds in France in 1791, with the final chapter going on to discuss nineteenth and twentieth-century developments.