American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Curl, Robert Floyd, Jr. Born 1933. American chemist who shared a 1996 Nobel Prize for discovering fullerenes.
“Curl is being held at the county jail in lieu of $5 million bond.”
“William Curl is jailed on $5 million bail in the death of Northern Illinois University freshman Antinette "Toni" Keller.”
“I heard of a robot called Curl E who did nothing but start pun wars.”
“What if you're a little beauty salon called Curl Up and Dye in Wisconsin?”
“The heavily-hyped 2006 U.S. women's curling team, dubbed the Curl Girls, flopped to eighth place due to overconfidence and lack of preparation, Joraanstad told Reuters in an interview and she vowed the twin sins would not be repeated next month.”
“The hair I'm wearing is my new 'nevergonnatakeitofIswear!' hair by Magika called Curl in Brown E.”
“Our own Liz Burns of A Chair, A Fireplace, & A Tea Cozy fame has written a piece for School Library Journal entitled Curl Up With a Cup of Tea and a Good Blog.”
“I would encourage you to take a close look at Curl which is a RIA platform that has offered desktop storage for years.”
“In the "Curl" position the head and shoulders should be thrown well back and the fists should go well up into the armpits.”
“Millionaire Girlfriend," for a mellow chuckle, "Tom Cruise Crazy" for a snarky laugh, the rock-out ode "Curl" for fans of the winter Olympics and / or frostbite, and the absurdist folk cover of "Baby Got Back" for fans of Sir Mix-a-lot and / or the banjo.)”
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