Definition of curbside
1 : the side of a pavement bordered by a curb
2 : sidewalk
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Permit holders will receive a book of five tickets for use at the transfer station and two appointments for curbside service.
Some ambulances are even equipped to start stroke treatment curbside.
The contract provides solid waste collection and disposal and curbside recycling.
With roughly a fifth of the US grocery business, the company is now encouraging customers to order online and pick up curbside by offering discounts on certain goods.
The urban mode splits the hatch in half and makes for easier curbside gear loading when clearance is limited.
The plastic liners that accompany many individual food items in Blue Apron deliveries cannot be returned in many curbside pickup programs, nor can the ice packs or the foil lining of the box.
Place your garbage curbside during the daylight hours.
On the morning of Dec. 9, Left pulled up to the Bloomberg television studios in Los Angeles and ditched his Bentley curbside for the valet.
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