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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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Dementia Guild, a company promoting Dementia Awareness, will re-brand in August in response to demand for Dementia Awareness from the Residential & Care Homes sector.
The guild also represents traditional craftspeople such as cabinet makers, French polishers, furniture restorers, upholsterers, blacksmiths, thatchers, masons and stoneworkers.
"Now that we have light until later, the scene from the pavilion is stunning, since it sits right on the lake a beautiful place to hold a fun party," guild leader Elaine Tejcek said.
St Anne's Church was the guild's charity for 2018/19.
Last week, the Producers Guild appointed a new committee, with producer Sneha Rajani as its head, to address the issue of sexual harassment at the workplace within the film industry.
Back when the Guild was originally formed, its core purpose was to serve as a forum for independent retailers to socialize and share information.
In a communique issued atthe end of the Standing Committee Meeting of Guild held on Friday at Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos State, the Guild declared that the proposed was akin to the infamous Decree 2 of 1984 of the military era that usurped the powers of courts and eroded all constitutional freedoms and fundamental rights of the citizens.
Los Angeles [U.S.A], October 31 ( ANI ): Harvey Weinstein, who has been accused by dozens of women of sexual misconduct, has been banned for life from the Producers Guild of America.
Minneapolis, MN, April 19, 2017 --( Cider producers from across the state have come together to establish the Minnesota Cider Guild. The newly organized guild brings together licensed cider producers for the purpose of advancing, promoting, and showcasing quality Minnesota-made cider.
ACKLAM Townswomen's Guild was formed more than 80 years ago with a remit to encourage the education of women.
The Guild of Professional Estate Agents is a national network of carefully selected independent estate agents working together to ensure a 'best in class' service to the public.