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CURL

(kŭrl),
Acronym for compartment of uncoupling of receptor and ligand. Compare: recycling endosome.
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Welsh Curling Association President Hugh Meikle, from Flintshire, said yesterday: "It was absolutely magnificent.
Rebecca Morrison, 22, from Westhill - who led her rink to the Scottish Junior Curling Championship and as a result the World Juniors two years ago - has revealed that she is moving to Glasgow.
She has also volunteered in a number of different capacities including event organisation and delivery, statistician, charity fundraising through curling, and numerous committee roles.
Scottish Curling announced their u-turn on their original decision last week.
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Tourism Secretary Fiona Hyslop met members of South Koreas victorious curling team at an event in Seoul to promote Scotland to travel industry leaders and media.
Baracus in 1980s TV hit "The A-Team", tweeted about his love of unfashionable curling throughout February's Winter Olympics.
All five wheelchair curling team members have one thing in common _ they acquired their impairments after surviving devastating accidents and found hope on the curling rink.
Curling is an Olympic respite, a salve upon objective nerve endings, a practitioner of quiet.
Where they plan to watch Curling Night in America on NBCSN.
OLYMPIC bronze medallist Eve Muirhead says she wants to do for curling what Andy Murray has done for tennis.