a competition or meet in curling at which teams from several clubs or districts compete with one another.
The Beaver, Vol. 1, February, 1921, No. 5 Hudson’s Bay Company
a curling match
charles bonnet Bonnet (bô-ně’) Swiss naturalist who discovered parthenogenesis when he observed that aphid eggs could develop without fertilization. Bonnet was also one of the first scientists to study photosynthesis. Historical Examples Reincarnation Th. Pascal The Insect World Louis Figuier The Insect World Louis Figuier Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 11, Slice 5 Various
a purplish-red antelope, Damaliscus dorcas, of southern Africa, having a white face and rump: now nearly extinct. Historical Examples The Young Yagers Mayne Reid Our Vanishing Wild Life William T. Hornaday The Young Yagers Mayne Reid Adventures of Hans Sterk A.W. Drayson The Young Yagers Mayne Reid noun (pl) -boks, -bok an antelope, Damaliscus pygargus […]
Massimo [mahs-see-maw] /ˈmɑs si mɔ/ (Show IPA), 1878–1960, Italian novelist. noun Massimo. 1878–1960, Italian dramatist, poet, novelist, and critic. His works include the play Nostra Dea (1925) and the novel The Faithful Lover (1953)