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curbstone

A stone forming a curb or part of a curb.
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The Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM) has accomplished the illuminated kerbstone trial project at Al Mina, constructed by the Capital of Construction for General Contracting Company at its own expenses, as part of the Year of Giving initiative.
Light-weight and easy to install, the illuminated kerbstones can reduce the reliance on concrete pavements, and is easy to install and transport.
The constructor used the colours approved for kerbstones in Abu Dhabi projects.
But in a tweet, unionist political activist Dale Pankhurst said during the marching season "many unionist communities rightfully engage in cultural expression", which includes the painting of kerbstones.
But those kerbstones, and flags that fly, still remain very much red, white and blue in Protestant areas and green, white and gold in Catholic ones.
CLASH OF COLOURS Rangers pranksters painted kerbstones outside Glasgow's Bar 67 in their team's colours
Historic and forecast market values for the paving materials market and its categories (cement & concrete tiles & flagstones, natural stone setts, kerbstones & flagstones, bitumen & asphalt and glass paving blocks) for the period 2009 through to 2018
Review and forecast data is included for categories of the paving materials market like cement & concrete tiles & flagstones, natural stone setts, kerbstones & flagstones, bitumen & asphalt and glass paving blocks.
Friction Arts and Mubu Music have brought their talents to the Concerts 2 Kerbstones project run by the THSH Learn and Join-In Team, in the Ladywood district.
It was only done a few years ago, and with the new type of drainage kerbstones laid as well.
She added they are also working with the Department of Transport and Abu Dhabi Urban Council Department on issues like removing kerbstones that hinder people in wheelchairs.
If this scheme is eventually implemented, will the council (as in wartime) paint the kerbstones white at road junctions?