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CURL

(kŭrl),
Acronym for compartment of uncoupling of receptor and ligand. Compare: recycling endosome.
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Since the diameter of the sash material is greater than the diameter of the hair curler, your stitches will have to be longer than the distance between the beads you're sewing to.
As mentioned above, depending on the rotation of the stone the side the curler stands when sweeping the stone can have very different effects on the stone trajectory.
30am THOSE crazy snowboarders have a reputation as party animals but it's obvious now that the lady curlers can put them in the shade.
The Hot Touch Heated Eyelash Curler is available at Walgreens or www.
During his almost 40 years of involvement in the sport, Asham has played with and against most of the world's best curlers.
Step 3: The appropriate lotion is applied and the hair left for a period of time - anything from five to 20 minutes - to develop the shape of the curler.
Feb 19 (ANI): Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky, who won bronze at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, has been charged with doping offence after testing positive for a banned substance, confirms the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
99 Beauty ed: This 20-piece curler set heats both the rollers and the clips to give bigger, bouncier waves.
The country's top woman curler and bronze medal-winner at Sochi is expected at the dealership between 2pm and 4pm - and she will have her Olympic medal with her.
A previous excavation at St Andrew's Church, Shilton, just outside Coventry, discovered coffins, medieval tiles, pottery and ironwork and even an early 18th century wig curler.
If you read fashion Bible Vogue, that humble contraption that looks like a nobbly cotton reel with magical powers for your hair is referred to as the curler.