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guildhall

1. Brit
a. the hall of a guild or corporation
b. a town hall
2. the meeting place of a medieval guild

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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Big day: Charles and Camilla will be married at the Guildhall
The Guildhall was where visiting theatre companies performed their works.
The Guildhall became the centre of civic life in Swansea - not only housing council discussions in its ornate, leather and gleaming wood debating chamber but also accommodating the area's law courts while the Guildhall's Brangwyn Hall became the centre for arts and culture.
The birds - seen as an attraction by many - have colonised the Tyne Bridge, the adjacent Guildhall and other Quayside buildings.
The trio also received coaching from the Takacs Quartet at the Guildhall.
Officers have been hunting for Stevenson since Friday afternoon when he managed to escape court after he escaped from a basement custody suite at the Guildhall building.
Visitors to the exhibition will be asked to vote on how the Guildhall will be used and developed at the show, which starts on Wednesday.
Derry City Council faces a massive clean-up op in Guildhall Square
Princes William and Harry are expected to be at the Guildhall along with members of the Parker Bowles family
With more than 120 video development graduate students in residence and a faculty of video game industry veterans, technology companies are beginning to realize that The Guildhall at SMU is a living laboratory for the video game industry.
We just want to thank the guildhall staff - they were amazing.