Definition of curbside
1 : the side of a pavement bordered by a curb
2 : sidewalk
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Proposals are expected to improve convenience of the current three-terminal design, includes a 6,500 lot parking garage near the terminal, separated curbside pickup and drop-off lanes, and 35 gates for airplanes, expandable to 42.
Both companies charge a membership fee and then charge by the minute or the hour for cars that can be picked up and dropped off at most any curbside throughout the city.
Given the fact that the classroom smelled like bacon and doughnuts, among other savory aromas, one can't help but wonder (and hope) for a real-life food truck to grace the curbside at LT's campus.
During frequent curbside stops, the theatergoers-in-transit will be able to observe through the windows diverse scenes performed on sidewalks and stoops by actors.
Its much-storied beginnings stretch back nearly 150 years to when brokers started trading securities on a curbside in lower Manhattan.
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