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

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Whenever you require high-quality workmanship by reliable experts, look for the guild's emblem, which can only be displayed by approved members of The Guild of Master Craftsmen.
Sharon also reported that the guild had had a very busy 12 months with talks ranging from 'Handcuffs to Glass' to 'A Wimbledon Tennis Umpire'.
The members will also require to affirm that if any nominated representative of a Guild member is adjudged to have engaged in sexual harassment by the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC), the Guild has the right to immediately expel the concerned nominated representative.
Traditionally, the Guild has two key events per year held at various locations across the country.
Likening the bill to the obnoxious Decree 4 of 1984 and Decree 43 of 1993, the Guild observed that those behind this bill had been unrelenting in their quest to cage the media under different guises, as the said bill had come up under different administrations since 1961.
In a statement issued by the Guild, the organisation announced that it is banning Weinstein for life from being a member of the organization.
Tickets for the Minnesota Cider Festival are $30 and can be purchased online via the guild's website MnCiderGuild.org
The Guild's drama club and the Scottish dancing group were also both well attended, while St Valentine's Day was another focus of the Guild's creative activities.
Guild members adhere to The Guild's strict Code of Conduct and are covered by professional indemnity insurance of up to [pounds sterling]1 million.
He has been both a superb ambassador for the guild and a true champion of great British butchery." The new national vice-chairman is Ilkley butcher David Lishman, who has also been elected north-east regional chairman.
The Guild of the Holy Cross in Stratford-upon-Avon was established in 1269 as a hospital but soon took on the role of chantry, addressing the spiritual needs of the community.
Pantin and Peters take a look back at fifty years of history of the Guild of Students at one of the campuses of the University of the West Indies.