Definition of Curatorship

1. Noun. The position of curator.

Generic synonyms: Berth, Billet, Office, Place, Position, Post, Situation, Spot
Derivative terms: Curator



Definition of Curatorship

1. n. The office of a curator.

Definition of Curatorship

1. Noun. The rank or period of being a curator. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Curatorship

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Curatorship

curates
curates' eggs
curateship
curateships
curating
curation
curations
curative
curative dose
curatively
curatives
curator
curatorial
curatorially
curators
curatorship (current term)
curatorships
curatory
curatour
curatress
curatresses
curatrices
curatrix
curatrixes
curats
curb
curb-appeal
curb appeal
curb bit
curb bits

Literary usage of Curatorship

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1. Institutes of the Laws of Holland by Johannes van der Linden, Jabez Henry (1828)
"(2) Besides the above mentioned curatorship over Sequestra person and property, there is another kind of judicial provision, relating to property only, ..."

2. The German Civil Code by Germany. (1907)
"curatorship. 1909. A curator is appointed for a person under parental power or ... If the necessity for a curatorship arises, the parent or guardian shall ..."

3. Roman Law in the Modern World by Charles Phineas Sherman (1922)
"(2) curatorship (CURATIO,558 CURA,659 ... ยง529 Nature of the curatorship, or the guardianship of persons beyond the age of puberty. ..."

4. The First Year of Roman Law by Fernand Bernard (1906)
"curatorship of the Furiosus 400. Furiosi and mente capti: The ' furiosus' is the ... The Law of the XII Tables had established the curatorship for the ' f ..."

5. Handbook of the Roman Law by Ferdinand Mackeldey, Moses Aaron Dropsie (1883)
"curatorship voluntary and necessary, the former only at the request of the ... An example of the voluntary curatorship is the Roman curatorship of minors ..."

6. The Principles of German Civil Law by Ernest Joseph Schuster (1907)
"TERMINATION OF GUARDIANSHIP OR curatorship AND VACATION OF GUARDIAN'S OR CURATOR'S OFFICE a. Circumstances causing Termination of Guardianship or ..."

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