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GUILD: In medieval European times, a collection of artisans or merchants in the same occupation or industry, often in a particular location. Guilds were the forerunners of modern craft unions. They typical set quality standards and criteria for entry into the profession. Doing so allowed guilds to limit competition, monopolize their markets, keep prices high, and boost guild member incomes.

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