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GUILD. A fraternity or company. Guild hall, the place of meeting of guilds. Beame's, Glanville, 108 (n).

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The guild board sang and danced a parody of ``That's Entertainment,'' and then the awards began in earnest.
The highly-coveted, limited run, Collector's Edition will include the Guild Wars Nightfall game as well as a Making of Guild Wars Nightfall behind-the-scenes DVD, a collector's art book, collectible skill pins, a character mini-standee, a poster-sized map of Elona, the Guild Wars Nightfall soundtrack CD, and more.
In 1423, the guild bought a building on Gerbergasse to store merchandise and serve as a hostel for traveling merchants.
In Q2, the Guild Wars(R) franchise surpassed two million account activations worldwide and became the number one game in both North America and Europe.
The guild projects that without global enforcement of Rule One over the next five years, SAG will lose $35.
KS), the world's leading developer and publisher of online computer games, the Guild Wars online store is now open for business.
Heart of Thorns continues the Guild Wars 2 journey for players with the next chapter in their Personal Story saga, where armies in the game world led by players go deep into the heart of the Maguuma jungle to take on a sinister elder dragon.
The guild was launched in March 1963 with a handful of members, but through participation and word of mouth the group has grown to more than 60.
The guild plans one big production a year at College of the Canyons.
The Gala will officially kick off the Guild Hall's 75th Anniversary, "Celebrating Creativity.
It was not a rogue thief, but a contract through the guild that caused a thief to steal everything Brendell had sent to his father, money, mementos, everything.