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Curling :: Stone/specific stone :: Stone as played View Visualisation

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Brugher/Brucher Search Source: SND
A stone which comes within circles drawn round the tee on a curling-rink.

Cheek-stone Search Source: SND
A curling-stone played so as to lie alongside of another.

Clint/Klint Search Source: SND
A rough coarse stone, always first thrown off in curling, as being most likely to keep its place on the ice, an outlying stone.

Coll/Collie/Coallie Search Source: SND
A name given to a curling-stone that fails to pass the Collie.

Deid gaird Search Source: SND
A stone which acts as a complete cover.

Forehand Search Source: SND
The first stone to be played.

Gaird Search Source: SND
A stone played so as to lie in front of or “guard” the tee or another stone lying near it.

Herd Search Source: SND
A stone played so as to guard the winning shot from the stones of opponents, a gaird.

Hog(g)/Hogger Search Source: SND
A stone which does not pass over the distance line or hog-score.

Ringer Search Source: SND
A stone which lies within the ring surrounding the tee.

Risp Search Source: SND
A curling stone that fails to reach the tee, as if its sole were rough and uneven like a file.

Roarer Search Source: SND
A curling-stone moving too fast.

Shot Search Source: SND
A stone played towards the tee.

The shot(t) Search Source: SND
The winning stone.

Winner Search Source: SND
The stone played nearest the tee.

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