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Beef and greens Source: SND
The traditional fare at a curling-club dinner.
Curler('s) grip Source: SND (supp)
A secret handshake in use among initiated curlers.
Grip Source: SND
A clasp of the hand; specif. the special hand-clasp used between initiated members of a secret society, e.g. the Freemasons, Curling clubs.
Lord Source: SND
Mock judge in a Curlers' Court.
Rusty pint Source: SND (supp)
A pint of ale exacted as a fine at a curling court when one failed to remember the various rules and passwords of the game, sc. as being ‘rusty’ on one's subject.
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