curate


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  • noun

Synonyms for curate

a person authorized to conduct religious worship

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Michael Brandsma |(new priest) - curate at Holy Trinity Hartshill, St Peters Galley Common and St Mary's Atherstone.
He and another former curate, Chris Edmondson, now Bishop of Bolton, will both be taking part in the dedication service.
A FORMER Catholic priest has become team vicar in Canton - two years after being received as a curate into the Church in Wales.
Baltic community programmer Ilaria Longhi, said the Create and Curate day had been an opportunity to give children more understanding of how exhibitions are put together.
She has teamed up with Italian drinks label Disaronno to curate a series of classic BAFTA-winning films to be shown in September and October.
But to curate examples of efforts consistent with the theme, the company has adopted a simple Tumblr blog.
They will explore the changing traditions of woven, embroidered, printed and dyed clothing and textiles from Africa and curate an exhibition using materials from the museum's collection.
Since September 2010, Ekstein Development, has donated the building's commercial space to non-profit organizations to curate a rotating series of art exhibits.
A PUNK-loving curate hopes to spread the Christian faith - dressed in biker boots, skinny jeans, nose stud and dog collar.
and is even about to seduce a church curate in TV's Emmerdale.
ELISE BERNHARDT, who helped curate the Fall for Dance Festival and will curate part of this summer's Downtown NYC River to River Festival (in part produced by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council), says a tough economic situation in the arts is driving the current collaborative trend.
The bishop of Moosonee since 1980, Archbishop Lawrence began work as assistant curate of St.
The group's guitarist, using the nome de grave Poison Ivy, wants to be chosen to curate next year ``if they have the guts.