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Curling :: Ice/rink :: Space round tee View Visualisation

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Broch/Brough/Brogh/Brugh/Bruch Search Source: SND
A circle round the tee in a curling rink.

Hill-head Search Source: SND
The area round the tee and the stones, collectively, lying within it.

House Search Source: SND
The circle round the tee within which the stones must lie to count, the Broch.

Inwick Search Source: SND
A station in curling in which a stone is placed very near the tee, after passing through a narrow port.

Main Search Source: SND
The ice round the tee.

Outwick Search Source: SND
The outer part of the circle that is farthest from the centre of the ice.

Pairish Search Source: SND
The circular area surrounding the tee at each end of the rink, the House.

Pairish Search Source: SND
The circular area surrounding the tee at each end of the rink, the House.

Tee head Search Source: SND
The circles round the tee within which the stones must lie in order to count in the game.

Tee-score Search Source: SND
The circles round the tee.

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