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CURL

(kŭrl),
Acronym for compartment of uncoupling of receptor and ligand. Compare: recycling endosome.
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The American retired wrestler is also following this month's Paralympics in Pyeongchang closely, in particular the version of curling adapted for disabled athletes.
Wheelchair curling has drawn media attention even before the Paralympics.
Wait, that's right: There's no pounding music pumped in at curling.
Where they plan to watch Curling Night in America on NBCSN.
com/sports/eve-muirhead-beats-rachel-homan-to-win-canadian-open-championship) The Canadian Press , Skip Muirhead placed a record of 6-1 through the round-robin play and knockout phase, which includes two wins over Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg (Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics' gold medalist), to win the inaugural Canadian Open women's curling championship.
The Welsh Curling Association is hoping to set up the facility, costing about PS350,000, next to the leisure centre, which could more than triple its 100 strong membership.
Martin, who won curling gold with Great Britain at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Games, supervised the performances of Eve Muirhead's team to Olympic bronze medals in Sochi earlier this year and before that to the world title in 2013.
Studies show that curls produced by the TopStyler last three times longer than curls produced by a curling iron, without causing any damage, according to the company,
and the Canadian Curling Association's Discover Curling program.
This year's Winter Olympics is the fourth to include competitive curling, a sport that began hundreds of years ago in Scotland.
By using a curling iron and the Curls and Waves products, women can duplicate the sexy, bouncy curls that so many celebrities are showing off today.
2 : to take or move in a curved form <Smoke was curling from the chimney.