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Law chiefly Scots a guardian of a minor, mentally ill person, etc.
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Museum curators have an essential role to play in preserving and enhancing enjoyment and understanding of our history and heritage
TIME PIECE: Science Museum curator Rob Skitmore, with the Renaissance painting
FLYING THE FLAG: The most famous banner in Liverpool FC history - LFC Museum curator Stephen Done pictured right with Paul Cummings whose dad Jimmy created the banner.
Museum curator Craig Barclay said: "We will have performers, musicians, gift stalls, martial arts displays, games and demonstrations all day.
Doug Nelson, museum curator, wouldn't have had it any other way.
It is certainly an inappropriate pose for a museum curator to assume in front of an artist.
Ann Donnelly, the trust's museum curator, said: "The last 12 months have seen many changes at the birthplace including, of course, the major refurbishment which has returned the house to the way it would have looked during Shakespeare's childhood.
Mr Allen Peach, a spokesman for West Mercia Police, said: "The force has advertised for a new museum curator.
So small wonder that Middlesbrough museum curator Hilary Wade was delighted by the arrival of the little grey bear to expand the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum in June 1985.
Walsall Leather Museum curator Mike Glasson waters plants for Saturday's sale.
To become a museum curator you need to get a degree and a postgraduate certificate, diploma or masters degree in museum or heritage studies.

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