His curation techniques were far from scientific; his knack for interior design was often fueled by his sense humor.
The curation of such a merry (and complex) company was surely no easy feat.
To solve the curation quandary, The Daily Beast has produced its first list of the feeds to follow.
late 14c., from Old French curacion "treatment of illness," from Latin curationem (nominative curatio), "a taking care, attention, management," especially "medical attention," noun of action from past participle stem of curare "to cure" (see cure (v.)).
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.