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  • Their keeper had a brace of pistols, and carried a thick-knobbed bludgeon under his arm; but he was on terms of good understanding with them, and stood with them beside him, looking on at the putting-to of the horses, rather with an air as if the convicts were an interesting Exhibition not formally open at the moment, and he the Curator.

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  • She is the curator of photography at the Museum of Fine Arts.
  • The Museum was given up to Indian arts and manufactures, and anybody who sought wisdom could ask the Curator to explain.
    Rudyard Kipling  --  Kim

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