Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of curate.
  • adjective Produced by curatorial process; reviewed by a curator

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Examples

  • Onefinestay takes a more involved approach with both renters and guests, presenting what it terms a "curated" selection of homes and hotel-style services.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Free with admission to the Museum, the program stems from an exhibition Lolly has curated from the collection of Zora Charles.

    Come See Lolly!

  • Free with admission to the Museum, the program stems from an exhibition Lolly has curated from the collection of Zora Charles.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Open that and you'll generally be told the data was "curated" - found and verified - by the company behind WolframAlpha.

    The Seattle Times

  • You curated a kathy acker exhibition last year right? i wish i could of gone to that.

    Bedtime Reading

  • The Twitter graph isn't transitive but one of its most powerful uses is retweeting, which gives the Twitter graph what might be called curated transitivity.

    Dare Obasanjo aka Carnage4Life

  • As usual, you never know what to expect at the Incubator, but the work is consistently innovative and we've never been bored by any production they've curated, which is really saying something.

    Gothamist

  • NPR's Andy Carvin was a great resource for many journalists covering this story with his "curated" Twitter feed of news from journalists and bloggers on the ground.

    Joel Simon: A Twitter Revolution for Journalists

  • NPR's Andy Carvin was a great resource for many journalists covering this story with his "curated" Twitter feed of news from journalists and bloggers on the ground.

    Joel Simon: A Twitter Revolution for Journalists

  • NPR's Andy Carvin was a great resource for many journalists covering this story with his "curated" Twitter feed of news from journalists and bloggers on the ground.

    Joel Simon: A Twitter Revolution for Journalists

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