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guild

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1. (esp in medieval Europe) an association of men sharing the same interests, such as merchants or artisans: formed for mutual aid and protection and to maintain craft standards or pursue some other purpose such as communal worship
2. Ecology a group of plants, such as a group of epiphytes, that share certain habits or characteristics

guildhall

A place of assembly for a society of craftsmen or merchants for their mutual assistance; an outgrowth of similar medieval organizations or guilds.
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He started his stage career at the Gilder Hall Drama Club in the 1950s and became patron of the theatre's trust last year.
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No one has been a greater apostle of broadband than the right-wing guru George Gilder, author of the book Telecosm: How Infinite Bandwidth Will Revolutionize Our World (Free Press, 2000) and publisher of the Gilder Technology Report, which offers investment tips-albeit not terribly successful ones of late.