Curb

In architecture, a curb is an assemblage of three or more pieces of timber, or a metal member, forming a frame around an opening, and serving to maintain the integrity of that opening. The term also describes a ring of stone serving a similar purpose, as at the eye of a dome.
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Curb

Is another name for the American Stock Exchange. The term originated when the early membership literally did transactions on the street curb.
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curb

[n] - a horse`s bit with an attached chain or strap to check the horse 2. [n] - an edge between a sidewalk and a roadway consisting of a line of curbstones (usually forming part of a gutter) 3. [v] - keep to the curb
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Curb

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Curb

A short wall or masonry built above the level of the roof that provides a means of flashing the deck equipment.
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Curb

Curb transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Curbed (k?rbd); present participle & verbal noun Curbing .] [ French courber to bend, curve, Latin curvare , from curvus bent, curved; confer Greek ....................
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Curb

Curb intransitive verb To bend; to crouch; to cringe. [ Obsolete] « Virtue itself of vice must pardon beg, Yea, curb and woo for leave to do him good. Shak. »
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Curb

Curb noun 1. That which curbs, restrains, or subdues; a check or hindrance; esp., a chain or strap attached to the upper part of the branches of a bit, and capable of being drawn tightly against the lower jaw of the horse. « He that before ran in the pastures wild Felt the stiff curb
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curb

A hard, painful, inflammatory swelling on the back part of the hock of the horse; it occurs in the plantar ligament near its insertion, is characterised by swelling and heat in the part and generally by lameness, and is believed to be caused by straining the ligament in falling, jumping, or pulling. ... Synonym: curby hock. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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curb

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

noun a horse`s bit with an attached chain or strap to check the horse
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Curb

• (n.) A swelling on the back part of the hind leg of a horse, just behind the lowest part of the hock joint, generally causing lameness. • (n.) A frame or wall round the mouth of a well; also, a frame within a well to prevent the earth caving in. • (n.) That which curbs, restrains, or subdues; a check or hindrance; esp., a chain or ...
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Curb

[horse] Curb is defined in older literature as enlargement secondary to inflammation and thickening of the long plantar ligament in horses. However, with the widespread use of diagnostic ultrasonography in equine medicine, curb has been redefined as a collection of soft tissue injuries of the distal plantar hock region. Curb is a useful des...
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Curb

A wood, concrete, or stone component (2 to 8 inches high) built along the edge of a trail or street to form part of a gutter.
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Curb

- The short elevation of an exterior wall above the deck of a roof. Normally a 2 by 6 box (on the roof) on which a skylight is attached.
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curb

A short wall or masonry built above the level of the roof that provides a means of flashing the deck equipment.
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Curb

A raised edge of a concrete floor slab or support for a mechanical unit.
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Curb

Curb is the general term for a hard and callous swelling on various parts of a horse's leg, as the hinder part of the hock, the inside of the hoof, beneath the elbow of the hoof, etc.
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CURB

Inflammation and thickening of the plantar ligament (the ligament that courses along the back of the calcaneus bone in the hock).
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Curb

thickening of the ligament on the back of the hind leg. May or may not result in lameness.
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Curb

A type of leverage bit with shanks and generally a hump in the middle called the
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Curb

Is another name for the American Stock Exchange. The term originated when the early membership literally did transactions on the street curb.
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Curb

A curb (US English), or kerb (UK English), is the edge where a raised pavement/sidewalk/footpath, road median/central reservation, or road shoulder/hard shoulder meets an unraised street or other roadway. ==History== Although curbs have been used throughout history, their widespread construction and use only began in the 18th century, as a part of...
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Curb

A wall of wood or masonry built above the level of the roof, surrounding a roof opening such as for installation of roof fans or other equipment, and at expansion joints in the roof deck.
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Curb

The short elevation of an exterior wall above the deck of a roof. Normally a 2 by 6 box (on the roof
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