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an assistant rector or vicar
a parish priest
to act as a curator
{n} an officiating minister under the incumbent
Curate is an Anglican term for assistant pastor The word cure is related to the word care A curate is a person who takes care of a cure, that is, the congregation, viewed as a spiritual charge Assistant pastors are usually assigned the duty of routinely visiting the members of the congregation who are sick, shut-in, or in distress; hence the term The word curator (as in a museum) is related See also rector and vicar
If an exhibition is curated by someone, they organize it. The Hayward exhibition has been curated by the artist Bernard Luthi
an assistant minister in a parish, either a priest or a deacon, occasionally the minister of a parish
One who has the cure of souls; originally, any clergyman, but now usually limited to one who assists a rector or vicar
(verb) work done by a curator at a gallery or museum A curator is a professional who has obtained a degree in fine arts and art history from a university or art school Using a theoretical framework, the curator organizes exhibitions, proposes works for acquisition and writes books and articles in the area of their expertise
a deacon or other person not fully ordained who receives a fee for working in a small parish; the parish a curate works with is his 'cure'; sometimes a curate is the newest assistant to a senior minister at a large parish Curates generally work under the supervision of a senior minister and do not have full responsibility for their parish Equivalent to a vicar
{i} clergyman
a person authorized to conduct religious worship
[v] to care for and keep records of objects in a collection
From Latino curatus, meaning "the person in charge " The term should mean the "head priest" if literally interpreted, but instead has come to refer to a transitional deacon or an assistant to the rector Usually a curate is one who recently graduated from seminary, and is in the process of "learning the ropes," or "curing "
A curate is a clergyman in the Anglican Church who helps the priest
curate's egg
A thing which has good and bad parts
curate cycloid
a cycloid generated by a point inside the rolling circle
Produced by curatorial process; reviewed by a curator

Literature-based knowledge vendors often claim to lease various products, including algorithmically extracted facts, and human-curated literature references.

Simple past tense and past participle of curate
A cuirass or breastplate
a recently developed term to describe coins that have been cleaned, but where the cleaning has been so light and well done that it is impossible to tell Curation will not disqualify a coin from being certified
With respect to References, "curated" refers to articles from the literature that have been reviewed by the curation staff at RGD who have read the article and extracted the specific information of interest to RGD which was subsequently loaded into the database
past of curate
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present participle of curate



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    /ˈkyo͝orət/ /ˈkjʊrət/

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    [ 'kyur-&t also 'kyur ] (noun.) 14th century. From Medieval Latin cūrātus.


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