Recent Examples of curbing from the Web
In addition to sidewalks, the project will include milling on Hillcrest Road to bring the street in line with new curbing.
Historically, Democrats and Republicans have both used court-curbing, but today’s disproportionate use by state Republicans probably reflects that state legislatures are often more conservative than their judicial counterparts.
Officials say that unless New York changes its tax code, state taxpayers could see their tax burden increase by $1.5 billion — potentially worsening the pain to New Yorkers already dealing with the curbing of state and local tax deductibility.
Verbs Evolution sprinting, Arctic cruising, spacecraft calling, and forecast curbing.
Crosswalks and brick pavers along with granite curbing has been installed along both the New London Turnpike north and Hebron Avenue east portion of the roundabout.
But in an election season that many young voters hope will lead to the curbing of official corruption, even the café churches they frequent have drawn suspicion.
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First Known Use of curbing
CURBING Defined for Kids
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