curbing


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an edge between a sidewalk and a roadway consisting of a line of curbstones (usually forming part of a gutter)

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Even if he did not intend it, some time, when he was slugging a scab, the scab would fracture his skull on a stone curbing or a cement sidewalk.
Youths were in the bottom, essaying their juvenile powers in curbing the wild steeds of their fathers, while here and there a truant girl was to be seen, stealing from her labours to admire their fierce and impatient daring.
Tenders are invited for Granite Curbing Installation, School Street.
I don't think re-painting the curbing and replacing the signage alone makes a big difference in curb appeal, but they are details that add a crisp and neat finishing touch to the community that are accomplished using little money and labor," says Higgiston.
Improvements will include new fencing, plantings, water features, play equipment, benches and sitting areas, lighting, pavement and curbing, drainage and infrastructure.