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guild

a group of species that exploits the same class of environmental resources in a similar way.
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Air traffic controllers cannot work effectively if they continue to face the psychological stress imposed by Asim Suleman,' the Gild head maintained.
In other news, Todd Unrnh of Midwest Energy was the guest speaker at the breakfast of the Gild of Ancient Supplers at the MEA Operations Conference in Ames, IA.
John Colleshull, John Goldsmyth, and William atte Slowe were allowed to assign to the proposed Gild 18 messuages (houses), three tofts (plots at the back of buildings), six acres of land, and 40 shillings of rents, in Birmingham and Edgbaston.
In its findings for the month of June GILD found that the C programming language continues to be a very popular skill among IT professionals.
At its formation, members selected the pattern of the ancient Gild to afford the best symbolism to express its goals of loyalty to craft, worthiness of membership and dignity of years of service.
The GILD talent report compares the quality of talent graduating from colleges and the skills of professionals employed in India.
A gild might have possessed propoerty such as houses, lands or livestock which it would let out annually for use and profit.
India, July 11 -- GILD, the professional social networking platform that combines social gaming with career advancement, released results of a major international study comparing US and Indian developers in key programming and communication skills.
Experts at York University say the Pater Noster Gild roll has offered up important clues about the origins of the famous Mystery Plays which take place in the city.
The Gild of of Ancient Supplers offers a six-page color brochure explaining its history, principles and membership qualifications which is by invitation only.