curbstone


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curbstone

A stone forming a curb or part of a curb.
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Replacement of dilapidated fences and roofing, repair of over 800 private houses, installation of curbstone, street column lighting, reconstruction of utilities, laying storm sewers and drainage channels.
In addition, PDO is funding the development of Ain Maqshan Oasis to include shaded seating areas and interlock and curbstone walkways which are connected to the public parking.
It was agreed, according to the signed minutes, to reopen the valve from Monday, June 19, 2017, for a period of 30 days, to study means to carry out two projects, one concerns the creation of a curbstone mill and the other related to the development of an irrigated perimeter.
5 km road network, pavement and curbstone works extending 34.
The external works of the graveyard include construction of a 3km long boundary wall, new internal roads to the graveyard, upgrade of old roads near the existing graveyard, interlock and curbstone pavements, street light works, landscaping, demolition of old masjid after opening the new one and external beautification works.
Manchester Region: James Bee of Bedford, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney; Pamela Diamantis of Manchester, Curbstone Financial; Peter Janelle of Manchester, Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester; Katie McQuaid Cote of Manchester, Union Leader Corp.
A: The acquisition of Curbstone was just wonderful timing for us, but it was not something planned.
Finally, in a prescient indication that an entire profession was indeed vanishing, Variety noted that an out-of-work ventriloquist had set up shop on a New York curbstone, performing his complete vaudeville routine while his dummy wielded the cup.
The police suspect the car hit a curbstone at first and then smashed into the concrete wall at entrance to a tunnel on a gently curving stretch.
Kawaguchi died from brain injuries he sustained during the robbery as he fell from a streetcar and hit a curbstone.
Curbstone Press has seen to it that death pays him different wages, a lasting voice; it keeps in print the epic testimony of his Miguel Marmol [see Fred Pfeil, "Party Lines," September 12, 1987] and Clandestine Poems, as well as On the Front Line, poems which are written by the revolutionaries who were Dalton's legacy.
Photo: Alexander Taylor of Curbstone Press, a nonprofit pub lisher in Connecticut, says his company's book return rate is up this summer.