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curlingcurl‧ing /ˈkɜːlɪŋ $ ˈkɜːr-/ noun [uncountable]  DSOa sport played on ice, in which players slide flat heavy stones towards a marked place
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curlingHe's smiling out of a rugged face, with thick black eyebrows and curling hair.He was, however, very much an all-rounder, and football and curling were among the other sports he covered.Crisp hair curling on his collar, Levi 501s and a taupe cotton shirt.Replacement of curling stones is long-delayed as a pair of stones can last up to 25 years.Alternatives to skiing include a leisure pool, curling and skating on the nearby lake, indoor tennis and sleigh rides.You can distinguish this leaf-roller from the sawfly by the extent and nature of the curling.How close was the body to the curling stone?I crept off down a little path through curling bracken.
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