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curator

Law chiefly Scots a guardian of a minor, mentally ill person, etc.
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The stakeholders identified for construction projects are: clients, community, suppliers, operative and technical team, directive team, CEO, curatorship, financial entities and the government.
The bad bank, which was renamed Residual Debt Services (RDSL) has also paid back a Reserve Bank loan two years earlier than anticipated after coming out of curatorship in April.
Cole, 'Comment: an Unlikely Match: on the Curator's Role in the Social Work of the Museum' (2012) 27:3 Museum Management and Curatorship 212.
The curatorship can mean to promote the expansion of the expressive power of a particular post, or it could mean acting in the production of relevance to certain content.
And there have also been ongoing legal matters related to the withdrawal of the collection of Asian art aficionado Wall-Apelt, who nevertheless did provide initial funding for the center and for its Asian art curatorship.
The movement was launched in May 2007 by Mona Mina in an environment of renewed political engagement evinced equally in other movements such as Engineers Against Curatorship, launched in 2003, and Keffaya, launched in 2005.
It was feared that placing African Bank under curatorship last August would affect South African banking in general and retail banking to lower-income South Africans in particular.
The last event will be a three-hour master class on Curatorship with Lotker.
Once in the pub, the axe-head was presented to Daniel, with the intention for it to be transferred to the curatorship of the National Museum of Wales.
Gawad CCP, which is given every three years by the Cultural Center of the Philippines, recognizes cultural workers for the excellent quality of their works in research, curatorship, and administration.
The original contractual maturity dates of senior debt are also expected to be extended by the period from the date of curatorship to completion of the restructuring, plus 24 months.