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Curling :: Ice/rink View Visualisation

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Board Search Source: SND (supp)
The rink at curling.

Bunker/Bunkart/Bunkert/Binkart Search Source: SND
A hillock or prominence on the ice.

Delivery Search Source: SND
The part of the ice on which a stone is delivered in curling.

How(e) ice Search Source: SND
The ice down the centre of the rink between the delivery line and the tee, the track made along it by the passage of the stones.

Howe Search Source: SND
The smooth stretch of ice down the centre of the rink along which the stone travels from the delivery line to the tee.

Ice-ground Search Source: SND
A curling rink.

Lead Search Source: SND
The course or rink over which the stones are played.

Rack Search Source: SND
A curling rink.

Rank Search Source: SND

Rink Search Source: SND
The area of play marked out in the games of curling and quoits.

Roaring rink Search Source: SND
A curling-rink.

White ice Search Source: SND
The ice up the middle of the rink, whitened and roughened by the friction of the stones.

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