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CURL

(kŭrl),
Acronym for compartment of uncoupling of receptor and ligand. Compare: recycling endosome.
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Curling has been a regular Olympic sport since 1998 and sports science is playing an increasing role in assisting in the preparation of elite curlers.
Throughout his career at Bemis, Curler has consistently inspired his colleagues with his unwavering vision for growth, expansion, and innovation.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Ergonomic Eyelash Curler and return it to Avon in exchange for either a refund or a Mega Effects Mascara.
Wig curlers were worn by the well to do until the 1770s, after becoming less popular during the reign of George III.
Pictures of WAGs Colleen Rooney and Abbey Clancy out and about in curlers were a fashion statement, they tootled - an affirmation of the lasting desire by women to have fabulous curls and big, big hair, whatever the cost.
Another significant finding involves the way wheelchair curlers deliver the stone; research that has never been done until now.
Nobody knows about her, and they really need to know," Curler said.
The hair should be wrapped along the curler in order to achieve ringlets.
Commenting on these pending transactions, Jeffrey Curler, President and CEO of Bemis Company, Inc.
With Blackpool still in disarray a minute later Gary Sheldon cut in from the right and beat a late diving Phil Barnes with a curler.