curb level

curb level

1. The elevation of the street grade, 2, fixed by municipal authorities.
2. The elevation at the point of the street grade that is opposite the center of the wall nearest to, and facing, the street line.
3. The legally established level of the curb in front of a building, measured at midpoint of the line along the front.
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Operation-enhancing features include a pneumatic suspension system that allows the truck to kneel to curb level to ease loading and unloading packages.
Her words come after a Labour frontbencher claimed women-only train carriages should be considered to curb levels of sexual violence on public transport.
Also it would include tariff and non-tariff barriers, so that it would curb levels of trade between the UK with a population of around 60 million and the 27 member states of the EU with a total of around 440 million.
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Not only has the tournament proved to be hit with kids across the city, it's also helped curb levels of anti-social behaviour in those areas of the city from which kids were taking part.
'While a cut in interest rates would help to relieve the slowdown in manufacturing, consumer spending and mortgage approvals the announcement that rates will be held should help curb levels of household debt in the UK, which is currently rising by 15 per cent per annum.'