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  • The Gild was a regulative rather than a directly controlling or managing body.

    A Guild in Being

  • I have adopted the more correct "Gild" in speaking of the industrial organisation of the Middle Ages, while retaining the more familiar "Guild" to denote the modern.

    A Guild in Being

  • "Gild" is one of Shakespeare's favourite words; he uses it very often, sometimes indeed as in this case, ineffectively.

    The Man Shakespeare

  • The haven for celebrities and business heavy hitters is just a couple of hours' drive from New York City, but it has struggled to compete with neighboring East Hampton, a much larger center that boasts luxury shopping and a vibrant Gild Hall cultural center.

    Southampton Is Pursuing Artistic Designs

  • Gild the lily and serve a small spoonful alongside slices of fresh-from-the-garden beefsteak tomatoes topped with crumbled blue cheese or goat cheese.

    The City Cook

  • Gild Shalit, tragically, will not be released, though we should each have a Matzah on our table every Shabbat as a symbolic reminder of his affliction.

    Foreign policy predictions

  • Gild your hair and face and skin, and no man breathes that you cant win.

    Kiss of a Demon King

  • For example, I am a member of an organization called the Rune Gild.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Another Quote from a Child Custody Case,

  • There are some other branches of Norse paganism though where there is more study and includes an autotheist element the Odhianism of the Rune Gild is a good example.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Considering a Candidate’s Religion:

  • Gild annab tellimuse täitmiseks härra Teatime'le kõrvaloleval pildil, kes on just sobiv mõrtsukas võimatu ülesande täitmiseks.

    Hogfather (2006)


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