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Definition of the verb To Curate
What does To Curate mean as a doing phrase?
verb - inflections: curated | curating | curates
- [transitive] to act as a curator
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Under the Patronage of the Government of Ceylon by Benjamin Clough
& to Curate, s.
Pronouncing dictionary (1849)
by John Walker
A clergyman hired to Curate, ku-rate, s. perform the duties of another ; a parish priest. Curative, kd-ra-tlv, adj. 157. Relating to the cure of diseases, not preservative. CURATOR, ki-ra-tur, s. 521. One that has the care and superintendence of any ...
From Calaveras to Quinceañeras by Charles Tatum
The report suggests, not unlike what Judy Baca asserts, that the Smithsonian is incomplete, inaccurate, and flawed until it begins to curate and work with Chicano art. This position counters the argument that in emphasizing cultural diversity, ...
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Quotes about To Curate
He who was first an acolyte, and afterwards an abbot or curate, knows what the boys do behind the altar.
Anagrams of TO CURATE
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- TRACE OUT
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