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curler

noun [C]  /ˈkɜr·lər/ us  
one of a number of small tubes that are put in a person’s hair to make it curl
someone who plays a game on ice, esp. in Scotland and Canada, in which special flat, round stones are slid toward a mark: On Thursday night the rink was taken over by the women curlers.
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