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Moreover, in England in the thirteenth century the guilds were already securing a monopoly of all skilled labour, and in the majority of markets only those could buy and sell who were members of the gild Merchant.

The chambers for the chaplains were allotted in houses near the church which
giddy princess” and neglectful mother.

Pinga wants to try this in her chair, so Pingu spins her round very fast, making her giddy, and she falls off the chair.

giddy suggests settling the issue with the traditional end-of-the-summer boxing match over rights to the lake.

Since it had a bridle on, I took hold of the tick rein and said, "giddy-up."

He also is giddy over his plan to propose to Sandrina, which he does at the first opportunity.

She enjoys infuriating the haughty Mr. Delvile by giddy remarks on his castle, such as calling it a gaol.

Min remains in the Tower in the guise of Elmindreda, a giddy, empty-headed woman unable to decide between two suitors.

We do like talking about Recoil and related subjects, which thankfully is easier and more giddy with the promise of a new record.

Neither of these images make me feel giddy and nauseous.

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