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  • noun Plural form of curatorship.

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Examples

  • The Master's Office exercised oversight functions in respect of the administration of insolvent estates, deceased estates, curatorships and trusts and the Guardian's Fund.

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  • In addition to the work with undergraduates, the department offers courses to graduate students who wish to prepare themselves for curatorships, or lectureships in art museums, and Wellesley women occupy positions of trust in the Metropolitan Museum in New York, in the Boston Art Museum, in museums in Chicago, Worcester, and elsewhere.

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  • After you left the hospital, six years ago, I stayed on, taking up any small appointments that were going -- assistant demonstrator -- or curatorships and such like -- hung about the chemical and physical laboratories, the museum and post mortem room, and meanwhile took my M.D. and D. Sc.

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  • In some places the needs of the Church are attended to by voluntary parish-curatorships which annually raise a certain sum of money, and the way in which they distribute it is very characteristic of the Russian people, who have a profound veneration for the Church and its rites, but very little consideration for the human beings who serve at the altar.

    Russia

  • In 14,564 parishes possessing such curatorships no less than 2,500,000 roubles were collected, but of this sum 2,000,000 were expended on the maintenance and embellishment of churches, and only 174,000 were devoted to the personal wants of the clergy.

    Russia

  • "While the grand curatorships of the 20th century reflected an almost Christian attitude toward the exhibition, as if attempting the moral and cultural conquest of the world, today the curator's attitude must be more pagan," he declared.

    Chicago Reader

  • She noted that Steib had also accepted curatorships from Judge Lazarus.

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  • Then, Steib referred to the more than 80 curatorships that Debbie Villio received from Judge Martha Sassone while head of Community Justice Agency, implying that it was similar form of corruption.

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  • The money is allocated to fund the establishment of two new curatorships and to continue the operations of the Department of American Painting, Sculpture, and Decorative Arts. The Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr.

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  • The achievements of the Division reached their highest point, thus far, in significantly increasing the national collection, as well as in contributing to the scientific, historical, and professional literature, under the curatorships of George B. Griffenhagen (December 8, 1952, to

    History of the Division of Medical Sciences United States National Museum Bulletin 240, Contributions from the Museum of History and Technology, paper 43, 1964

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