Sheet - The strip of ice upon which the game is being played. A reputable curling club will have several sheets of ice to play on. One that isn't so reputable will probably just stack a bunch of ice cubes in an alley.
Third - The third player on a team to deliver stones during each and every end. The third follows the second. Also known as the Vice, this player typically holds the broom while the skip is shooting. The vice is always wrong; if an end goes badly, chances are the vice screwed it up. You never hear about Team Nergård, do you?!
Yes, yes, I know. Comic genius. But that's not really what I was going for there. Although, having been a vice and a skip, what I said was soooooooo true.
And, in my research, I found this:
It's really good, and if I am confusing you with my cavalier usage of obscure terms, please go check it out. Also, http://www.curlingbasics.com/ defines some of the terms, specific to rock placement and movement, in animation. Also pretty cool.
Was this a lazy way out of a blog post? Maybe. But I'm here to educate and inform, not just entertain.