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curate

1. a clergyman appointed to assist a parish priest
2. a clergyman who has the charge of a parish (curate-in-charge)
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In her role, Baker will oversee the processes and execution of food safety and quality across all Curation Foods brands in the U.S.
Albert Bolles to improve profitability in the Curation Foods segment appear achievable, Holland said in a Friday initiation note.
"Deep natural language processing appears to speed curation of relevant cancer outcomes and facilitate rapid learning from electronic health record data," the authors write.
With regard to curation, the report notes that some product categories encompass a broad and changing set of choices, which allows for consumer involvement in product selection.
All faculty members had a good understanding perception of RDM and curation services.
In this anthology of traditional, contemporary, and experimental Irish literature, Rob Doyle's curation stretches across cultural literary history.
Founded in 2013 at Stanford's Social Algorithms Lab, the NovoEd cloud-based, learning platform enables the creation, curation, and delivery of engaging learning programmes.
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"I was impressed by the seriousness of the performances they did not deal with cliche issues but big ones such as life, existing, death, and confinement." Ryan van Winkle, who is in Lahore as part of the Sarmad Khoosat play "No Time To Sleep", said that he was fascinated by the curation's use of space in the art, and how constraints force a certain kind of art through problem-solving, creativity and tensions.
It's a term we use to describe people who care deeply about creation, curation, connection and community.
Content curation is (not so) secretly at the heart of what drives many brands' content marketing and social media efforts.