There will be a need to curate the growing tsunami of information.
The first stage of his Imago Mundi collection has taken Benetton and his team five years to curate.
And, the moderators attempt to curate the content with the same respect.
According to Diamond, Deitch called him a year ago to propose that he curate Transmission: LA and has been very hands-on since.
For his blog, Otting teams with his mom to curate each post.
Most of the words are quite familiar to me, as I was curate of East Dereham in 1861-2, and heard the dialect daily.
He is a curate—a Welsh curate;—you are yet Mr. Beaufort, a rich and a great man.
Niono had given me his address, and I looked in at the curate's unpretentious lodgings one evening on my way home.
It was a priest, however, the curate of the parish, who now occupied the house.
The curate of St. Roques and the minister of Salem found it wonderfully hard to get up a conversation.
late 14c., "spiritual guide," from Medieval Latin curatus "one responsible for the care (of souls)," from Latin curatus, past participle of curare "to take care of" (see cure (v.)). Church of England sense of "paid deputy priest of a parish" first recorded 1550s.