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a person authorized to conduct religious worship

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About Crowdynews Crowdynews is the world's largest social media curation platform, delivering social content to the news media market worldwide.
Curata CMP (content marketing platform) and Curata CCS (content curation software) enable marketers, for the first time, to harness the power of content creation, curation and analytics to yield a predictable and more successful stream of content.
Snyder actually stated that museum collections and curation will evolve, becoming increasingly valuable in a future of ever-more rapid technological change.
The Rotation Curation homepage (main) and three of the Twitter identities the side has spawned including @PeopleofLeeds (below) @sweden (top right) and @PeopleofUK (bottom right)
The viewer friendly curation model makes it easy to stay on top of current news and events flooding the Web.
Content curation is the practice of identifying, prioritizing and organizing information in such a way that it yields the best results for the person seeking knowledge of a specific topic.
The Times brings the two together by focusing on three concepts and, conveniently, they all start with the letter C: creation, curation and community.
I refer to it as the challenge of knowledge curation.
They include indices for the extent of retouch, resharpening, curation and transformation, which are then used to discuss tool function, lithic tools as cultural and temporal markers, land use and resource management strategies, mobility and procurement patterns, as well as lifeways in general.
Jonathan Watkins, director of Birmingham's Ikon Gallery, will host a free presentation at the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle to offer an insight into the curation of the current exhibition of work by Thomas Bewick.
Wolfram Alpha's creator, British-born physicist Stephen Wolfram said that thanks to "algorithms and heuristics, lots of linguistic discovery and linguistic curation, and some serious theoretical breakthroughs", the tool is able to understand even complex human language to provide the correct answer.
Intended for computer scientists, biostatisticians, and biologists, this resource outlines informatic approaches to data storage, curation, retrieval, and mining as well as application-specific bioinformatics tools in disease detection, diagnosis, and treatment.
BIND curation effort builds on earlier experimental work to put data into bioinformatics context.
What's billed as a Clark retrospective at the ICP stumbles around a programmatic, chronological curation of what were (at least until his landmark show at Luhring Augustine in 1992) not printed but rather published projects, spotlighting a more tractable and less radical artist than Clark's ever really been.
It makes 13 recommendations, many of them urgent, for the overhaul of the system for caring for, managing, documenting and curation of the history of Wales.