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curbstone

A stone forming a curb or part of a curb.
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Curbstone Group, founded in 2009, is a registered investment advisor with offices in Houston, Boston and Tampa.
Curbstone added a PHP connectivity option to its Payment Server that speeds credit card authorizations.
Photo: Alexander Taylor of Curbstone Press, a nonprofit pub lisher in Connecticut, says his company's book return rate is up this summer.
a leading provider of PCI Data Security Standard (DSS) auditing services, today announced that Ball Ground, Georgia-based Curbstone Corporation, an independent software vendor, engaged Fortrex to perform the mandatory annual security audit for its "Curbstone Card(TM)" Software.
Steven Paris, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester, campaigns; Gina Balkus, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester, health care; David Cassidy, Centrix Bank, finance and insurance; Pamela Diamantis, Curbstone Financial Management Corp.
As a result of our evening together that first night, Curbstone published Claribel's Luisa in Realityland in 1988.
Reprinted with permission from Curbstone Press from the forthcoming collection Small Hours of the Night: Selected Poems of Roque Dalton, edited by Hardie St.
He is also the editor of "Poetry Like Bread: Poets of the Political Imagination," from Curbstone Press.
Additionally, Ford Racefest will feature live performances by nationally renowned hip-hop DJ Funkmaster Flex, bands Kilroy and Curbstone, and autograph sessions and performances by the Miami Dolphins' Cheerleaders, The Marlin Mermaids and Panther Ice Dancers.
AGAINST THE FLOOD By Ma Van Khang Curbstone Press, 306 pages, softcover, $15.
The Cemetery of Chua Village and Other Stories is one volume in a series of contemporary fiction by Vietnamese writers published by Curbstone Press.
Flakoll, published by Curbstone Press, 321 Jackson St.