CURB


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CURBClean Up Rural Beaches
CURBCornell Undergraduate Research Board (Cornell University)
CURBCitizens Using Resources Better (Maryland)
CURBConcentrated Upgrade and Repair of Buildings (Wisconsin)
CURBCampus Union and Recreation Board
CURBCoalition for an Undercharge Relief Bill
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"Well," said the man, "I should say he would go just as well without; he has an uncommon good mouth, and though he has a fine spirit he has no vice; but we generally find people like the curb."
Daylight superintended the preparations, adjusting the curb strap and the stirrup length, and doing the cinching.
So they set a great truss of straw on fire and threw it down the well, while we leaned on the curb and watched the glowing mass descend.
He curbed the impulse, arising out of his sea-training, to say "Yes, sir," and "No, sir," to her brothers.
Towards mid-day he drove up in a cab which he kept waiting at the curb.
Beneath the watchful eyes of Tarzan and Mugambi, however, Sheeta and the apes of Akut curbed their desires, so that the men worked about the deck amongst them in far greater security than they imagined.
According to details, Islamabad police launched special campaign to curb this curse following the directions from SSP Islamabad Syed Muhammad Amin Bukhari and nabbed 615 beggars during current month.
He said police force need public cooperation to curb crimes and other social evils in the society, adding that SHOs are responsible to eliminate gambling and drugs' den from their areas.
Some suggestions: The Curb Kittens, Herbs & Curbs Crew, The Curbie Hancocks.
Easy to install: Place Rope Light tracks on cured concrete by drilling 1/4 inch mounting holes in the curb. Tracks are pre-drilled - 5 holes in 4 feet.
A curb ramp is a short ramp--cutting through a curb or built up to it--pro-viding smooth transition between pedestrian sidewalks and pedestrian areas such as parking lots or streets.
When Gavin Stevens, of Eastvale, Calif., was picked up from preschool, he decided he didn't need his mom's help anymore stepping off the curb, (http://www.today.com/moms/blind-boys-giant-step-curb-goes-viral-1C8979618) the Today Show reports .