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  • noun Plural form of curator.

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Examples

  • In a country where the Nazi salute, Mein Kampf and swastikas remain banned, the nervousness of the curators is palpable.

    Germany's first Hitler exhibition opens in nervous Berlin museum

  • The challenge for fashion curators is to balance aesthetics and history, pleasure and meaning.

    Dress Sense

  • The challenge for fashion curators is to balance aesthetics and history, pleasure and meaning.

    Dress Sense

  • One of the exhibition's curators from the ministry of culture, Bernard Blistene, describes the six-week display as "a showcase for all that is best in modern France".

    Boy, when things go wrong ....

  • Exhibitions that become events fill the coffers of galleries, add to their international prestige and can help make the name of curators.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Highly active users will be designated as "curators"-Myspace's parlance for tween and teen arbiters of taste.

    Ars Technica

  • Highly active users will be designated as "curators"-Myspace's parlance for tween and teen arbiters of taste.

    Ars Technica

  • Mr. Jones calls them "curators" - will earn virtual badges and be rewarded by having their links highlighted.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Mr. Jones calls them "curators" - will earn virtual badges and be rewarded by having their links highlighted.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Children's Books website will be an adult-free zone, with contributions from an editorial panel of young people known as curators from all over the world.

    Wanted: young readers

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