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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of kerb.
  • adj. Having a kerb.


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  • All signs in conflict with traffic removed immediately except where painted islands (left-turn slip lane) can be implemented, and later replaced with kerbed islands.

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  • Noticed that the street corners are kerbed in iron!

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  • He swung his other leg over and expected to drop lightly on to the grass or dust of the camp; but, being instinctively rigid, he fell heavily some fifteen feet into a kerbed gutter.

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  • Exchequer kerbed off NN now 57 - between outstanding and best practice

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  • • Consider replacing any wheel trims - especially if they've been kerbed.

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  • Externally the driveway is kerbed and chipped with post and rail fencing to part of the boundary.


  • I know it might sound a bit sad, but hand-washing the car gives you a rare chance to check out there aren't problems with it up close - stone chips, maybe, kerbed alloys, unexplained dings etc.

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  • A spokesman for East Riding Council said: 'It is illegal under the 1980 Highways Act to drive a vehicle over a kerbed footway or verge which has become an increasing problem leading to sustainable damage to highways and cost to council taxpayers services including electrical cables and water pipes which are put at risk as a consequence of this inadequate use of the highways.

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  • But the council was defiant, saying it was illegal to drive over a kerbed footway or verge and action was necessary.

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