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Cure

To make good a default.

Cure

1. To correct an error.

2. To make a payment, either in full or in part, on a liability that is in default.
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Renowned dancer and choreographer Parris Goebel will curate New Zealand's entertainment and cultural programme for Expo 2020 Dubai.
As for artists departing from their main work to curate: "Everybody does something else," Bates points out.
Each would then go on to curate exhibitions after that grounding.
Each Curate snack starts with hand-selected food ingredients like Mission figs, Marcona almonds, balsamic vinegar, quinoa, chia seeds and elderberry.
Fraser Charlton is a consultant pathologist who will serve as non-stipendiary Curate at Wallsend St John, while Steve Dixon will serve as Curate at All Saints in Gosforth.
Huddersfield Parish Church assistant curate Simon Crook asked the school to create some paintings for Easter.
Chain drug stores are well positioned to harness this opportunity by leveraging what we are coining the "CARE" model: Curate, Activate, Reciprocate and Educate.
A FORMER Catholic priest has become team vicar in Canton - two years after being received as a curate into the Church in Wales.
John Shibley and Thomas Pink of LSSU curate the "List of Words Banished From the Queen's English for Misuse, Overuse, and General Uselessness."
Delivering, in great detail, the conflicting views of a variety of influential curators, theorists, art historians, and artists, his dense historical read provides a survey of curatorial discourse, but falls short of investigating what it really means to curate today.