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  • noun Plural form of kerb.


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  • I used the opening session to learn the track: it's quite a strange circuit as there aren't too many corners, but it's quite technical and the kerbs are a little strange as you have to find a very precise line.

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  • You still weren't sure if some of the kerbs were a little bit greasy. Current News

  • The kerbs are the same for all the teams and drivers, so it makes no difference.

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  • 2010 Italian Grand Prix, and as is the tradition the kerbs are a changin '... again.

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  • You would have to be, there are longitudinal 'kerbs' which retain the cobbles at the edges and these have split and cracked, leaving lethally sharp shards of stone, just waiting to tear the sidewalls out of tyres.

  • The Police Cycle Training Doctrine, which comes in two volumes, gives officers advice on how to balance so they do not fall off, how to brake and how to avoid obstacles such as kerbs and rocks.

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  • In another half hour the student and graduate ingress would be in full swing as young people poured out of classrooms and laboratories from Science Hill to the secretarial colleges on State, and the kerbs would fill up with VW bugs and clunkers as those too far afield to walk home grabbed parking.

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  • They pursued the automaton through the quiet Chelsea street; though it moved with surprising speed, it shattered kerbs and snapped limbs from chestnut trees, and they had no difficulty following it to a columned building, domed in the new Classical manner.


  • Yet, for all our warm feelings towards the grape and grain, we can also be found railing against the drunken teenagers vomiting over kerbs in our town centres on a Saturday night.

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  • Without a separation of traffic streams from pedestrians or the building of raising kerbs, the carnage will continue, the report says.

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