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  • noun Plural form of curate.

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Examples

  • But they were accustomed to such demonstrations; they well knew that the curates never dined or took tea together without a little exercise of the sort, and were quite easy as to consequences, knowing that these clerical quarrels were as harmless as they were noisy, that they resulted in nothing, and that, on whatever terms the curates might part to-night, they would be sure to meet the best friends in the world to-morrow morning.

    Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte

  • 'It had been reported that one of their curates was a convicted paedophile, Peter Hullermann.

    Anorak News

  • Paper might want to consider dedicating an entire issue to the guy who "curates" the neighborhood stationery store, since I'm sure a back-to-school sale would completely blow their minds.

    Authenticity: If You Have to Ax, You Can't Afford It

  • So far the star whose style is being most closely scrutinised by Americans is British actress Carey Mulligan who "curates" a boutique on the site alongside other names including Anna Paquin, Ashley Olsen, Nicole Richie and Sarah Michelle Gellar.

    Google's next big idea ? an online fashion revolution

  • Here's hoping Urchin "curates" himself a victory in his next time trial, and that he fingerbangs his opponents into submission.

    Pistolwhipped: Seminal Fingerbang

  • The "curates," they said, had purchased a Bull of Pope Nicholas, on the

    London and the Kingdom - Volume I

  • They remained centres of the devotion of their flocks, and the "curates," hastily gathered, who took their places, were stigmatised as ignorant and profligate, while, as they were resisted, rabbled, and daily insulted, the country was full of disorder.

    A Short History of Scotland

  • Through Dallas, Microsoft helps customers store strategic data sets on Microsoft's SQL Azure cloud database platform and then "curates" that data by adding an open API to allow developer access and a front-end search feature to query relational data.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Through Dallas, Microsoft helps customers store strategic data sets on Microsoft's SQL Azure cloud database platform and then "curates" that data by adding an open API to allow developer access and a front-end search feature to query relational data.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Through Dallas, Microsoft helps customers store strategic data sets on Microsoft's SQL Azure cloud database platform and then "curates" that data by adding an open API to allow developer access and a front-end search feature to query relational data.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

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