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Synonyms for curbstone

a paving stone forming part of a curb

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An informal or curbstone consultation is a situation in which the patient is not usually seen by the consultant.
Dirt Road Home, by Cheryl Savageau (Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 92 pages, $11 paperback) is a collection of poems that members of Congress might like to read -- the author has been a worthy recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts.
I watched the raindrops hurry down To fall upon the street, To run along the curbstone All orderly and neat.
Ontario presently has about 30 stone companies which produce rough to finished products such as architectural stone, polished tile, curbstone, monuments and hedgerock.
Al Wathba has witnessed the construction of several infrastructure rehabilitation projects such as maintenance of the street leading to the water treatment plant, maintenance of internal roads, improving traffic safety, maintenance of several mosques, maintenance of roads and footpaths at Nahdha (phase 1 & 2), in addition to interlock, road markings, curbstone works at New Wathba and Green Market, and maintenance of traffic signs.
Visitors could also check out the DPW store, which sells surplus property, cobblestone and old curbstone.
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.
By Claribel Alegria, translated by Carolyn Forche Curbstone, 1999.
These poems are from LUIS RODRIGUEZ'S most recent poetry collection, Trochemoche, published by Curbstone Press in 1998.
He is also the editor of "Poetry Like Bread: Poets of the Political Imagination," from Curbstone Press.
The desire to include the "right" poets or present a specific group to make a statement applies to Poetry Like Bread, which contains poets published by Curbstone Press over the past twenty years.
The English edition, Tunnel to Canto Grande, is expected within the year from Curbstone Press (321 Jackson St.
These meeting places initiate curbstone consultations and keep the exchange among departments open.
He said such sidewalk surfaces must be stable and firm and lie with a continuous plane with the rest of the sidewalk, and the minimum required clear sidewalk width cannot include the curbstone.
Reprinted with permission from Curbstone Press from the forthcoming collection Small Hours of the Night: Selected Poems of Roque Dalton, edited by Hardie St.