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  • n. Plural form of guild.


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  • Funny that it harkens back to the original medieval notion of a guild much more so than what we refer to as guilds -- much more about creating collaboratively and building a discipline that allows everyone to advance their skills collectively.

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  • They are generally more social, and may form in guilds and so on.

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  • I think the number of people trying to join guilds to clear out your guild bank has surpassed the number of tells I get from gold farmers.

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  • The episode also hints at a social dimension to the making and selling of art materials, at the rivalries that existed within guilds and across the boundaries of the guilds, corporate communities, and the scientific communities, as well. 7 Superficially, the disagreement outlined in the two books concerned competence.

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  • This strategy is as old as guilds from the 15th century.

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  • Moreover, distributism, unlike socialism, does not look to the state to accomplish everything, but primarily works for the establishment of groups--modern "guilds"--which are not organs of the state and which are to play the most important role in ensuring that property serves its true end, namely, the promotion of human welfare.

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  • The guilds are the sovereigns of the areas they control; neither they nor the rest of the player populace can do anything within the context of their virtual world to affect the gods.

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  • In Germany, as elsewhere, however, the most striking feature of the guilds was the close connexion they established between religion and daily life.

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  • The records of the provincial councils held in those districts also show that the guilds were a matter of no small concern for the ecclesiastical authorities; for a long time the Church was bent on extirpating from their organization a number of objectionable features which made them a menace to morals.

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  • “The guilds are our business partners, and we always welcome a dialogue with them on any business-related issue that affects their members,” ABC said in a statement.

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