The curling sheet is "more or less" 15 feet wide and 140 feet long.
The curling stones weigh over 40 pounds, and delivering one to the house requires strong knees.
There are four positions on a curling team: the Lead, the Second, the Vice-Skip and the Skip.
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The men of Team Norway's curling Team wear funny-looking pants.
They all had abundant, curling hair which gleamed like dull gold in the sunshine, that tinted everything.
Be there any manner of irons, Jennet, for crisping or curling the hair?
During the interval of several seconds he remained in a sort of drowsy stupor, with his gaze fixed upon the curling flames.
Smoke was curling upward from the stovepipe which protruded above the roof.
She had a wonderful quantity of shining dark hair, all curling natural about her.
game played with stones on ice, 1610s, from present participle of curl (v.). "The name appears to describe the motion given to the stone" [OED]. A description of a similar game is attested from Flanders c.1600.
mid-15c., metathesis of crulle (c.1300), probably from an unrecorded Old English word or from Middle Dutch krul "curly," from Proto-Germanic *krusl- (cf. East Frisian krull "lock of hair," Middle High German krol, Norwegian krull, Danish krølle "curl"). The noun is recorded from c.1600.