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craft

1. an occupation or trade requiring special skill, esp manual dexterity
2. 
a. the members of such a trade, regarded collectively
b. (as modifier): a craft guild
3. a single vessel, aircraft, or spacecraft
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Thus, in 1477 "a wonderful cry" ("een wonderlicken crijsch") resounded on the market of Bruges, on behalf of three or four persons who accused some deans of the craft-guilds of having received a hundred crowns in bribes.
The difference was that the former were probably part of the craft-guilds, albeit the poorer parts.
The literature on late medieval craft-guilds and their political participation in Flan ders is too extensive to sum up here.