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  • noun Plural form of curbside.

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Examples

  • In February, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and State Sen. Daniel Squadron introduced legislation that would set up a permit system to prevent buses from taking up too much downtown parking space and idling at curbsides.

    NTSB Probing Cause of Fatal Bus Crash

  • Mr. Schumer, a Democrat from Brooklyn, and other lawmakers called on the NTSB to launch a much broader investigation of how well the federal government regulates low-fare bus companies—many of which pick up and unload passengers on curbsides throughout Chinatown.

    Bus Crash Toll Grows

  • On winter nights, thousands of people mass along the curbsides of major thoroughfares, enduring long waits and fighting their way onto hopelessly overcrowded public buses that then spend hours stuck on jammed roads.

    The $1.4 Trillion Question

  • Ocean City is changing its policy on picking up discarded furniture after a bedbug scare and will require furniture left on curbsides to be wrapped in plastic before the city will haul it away.

    Bedbugs have O.C. changing trash policy

  • On winter nights, thousands of people mass along the curbsides of major thoroughfares, enduring long waits and fighting their way onto hopelessly overcrowded public buses that then spend hours stuck on jammed roads.

    The $1.4 Trillion Question

  • He looks a lot like the new Bukowski, a foul-mouthed unapologetic veteran of bars and curbsides, whom the French have accepted as an American primitive, whether Ellroy likes it or not.

    GreenCine Daily: FIFA Dispatch. 1.

  • In Contract Misfire GARY, Ind. -- Garbage has been piling up on the city's curbsides for more than a week since the city council voted against a controversial contract with a private company hired last year without competitive bidding or even the council's blessing.

    Garbage Piles High

  • The area was in a state of shock but it was an organized disaster: Refrigerators sat at curbsides with their doors off; houses had color-coded Xs on them (some were slated for demolition); there was no mess, no random debris lying about.

    A Real Town with a Huge Problem--How the Media Ignored the June 2008 Flood in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

  • The City is hiring contractors to collect storm debris from residential curbsides.

    dustbury.com » It used to be a tree

  • When the citizens do start to return, we will ask them, through public service announcements, to bring their household hazardous waste to the curbsides.

    CNN Transcript Oct 3, 2005

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