Curling :: Stone/specific stone :: Part of stone View Visualisation
Inring Source: SND
The part of the surface of a curling-stone which is innermost, i.e. nearest the “tee”.
Inwick Source: SND
That part of the stone's circle that is nearest the centre of the tee.
Outring Source: SND
The side of a curling stone away from the tee.
Sole Source: SND
The smooth undersurface of a curling-stone.
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