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livery company

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(Commerce) Brit one of the chartered companies of the City of London originating from the craft guilds
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Noun1.livery company - one of the chartered companies of London originating with the craft guilds
company - an institution created to conduct business; "he only invests in large well-established companies"; "he started the company in his garage"
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"This property had previously been occupied by a local coachbuilder W Dickens who was a member of Livery Company No 72, The Worshipful Company of Coachmakers and Coach Harness Makers, in the City of London.
The earliest came on April 11, 1542, when Lord Mayor Michael Dormer ordered the aldermen to prevent "any commen playes or enterludes" within livery company halls, and six days after that Edmund Bonner, bishop of London, issued an injunction prohibiting all "common playes or interludes" in churches or chapels.
Revamped with blue and red velvet in the interior, she found it more comfortable than she remembered as black horses, hired from a livery company, pulled it on a tour around Exhibition Park which was hosting a public picnic as part of the celebrations.
The organisation is a modern livery company with roles that include aiding government policy in measurement standards.
The exhibition has been made possible for the Bishopsland trust through the initiative, co-operation and support of Jacobs the Jewellers, Reading's leading independent jeweller, the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, a City of London livery company founded in the 13th century to promote the craft of Gold and Silversmiths and HS Walsh, the jewellery and watch industries leading supplier of tools and equipment.
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Certainly, we are facing an exciting, ever-changing landscape in the world of payments, and this year, BNY Mellon is sponsoring the annual World Traders' Livery Company's Tacitus Lecture, which is to be held on Thursday, 25th February in London's Guildhall.