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The place on the curling ice sheet where curlers plant their feet to throw a stone.
The type of rock from which curling stones are traditionally made.
To clear the ice of debris and help advance a stone this "household" device is used.
The name for the coloured circles on which stones must sit to possibly count for points.
The smallest, central circle on a curling ice sheet is refered to as the ___________
Collectively, the series of circles are referred to as the________
The name for the person on a curling team who throws the first two stones.
The name for the leader of a team, this person usually throws the last two rocks.
The length in feet of a sheet of curling ice (there is a range so six choices will work).
A lighter thrown shot usually intended to land a stone in scoring position.
A shot thrown with force; intended to knock other stones out of play.
The team with the last stone (rock) in an end is said to have the:__________
The number of stones each team throws each end.
The birthplace of curling.
A stone thrown to protect another stone from being removed by the opposing team.
May 16, 2016
jttjty: I added an additional question in which house works as the answer.
May 24, 2016
Accept eight in numbers too
Jun 1, 2016
the number 8 works now.
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