curber

curber

(ˈkɜːbə)
n
a person or thing that curbs or restrains something
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concerning the applicability of the ICC Uniform Rules for Collection (URC) which are less well known, but nevertheless subscribed to by all banks in England); Power Curber Int'l Ltd.
Summit was fairly successful running its own curber with string line for about three years, until market conditions changed everything.
A Power Curbers 5700-C paver running with Topcon Millimeter GPS has shown curb, gutter and sidewalk contractor Summit Industries the productive potential of teaming slipforming machinery and precision controls.
Despite the newness of the technology and a total lack of experience with automated curbing, Summit's crew, working alongside Topcon and Power Curbers representatives, did an impressive 2,100 feet of curb in two half-day sessions.
Power curber 5700B super crawler curb & gutter machine - $125,000
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers has elected Power Curbers Inc.
Under Messinger's leadership, Power Curbers launched the 5700 Series curb machine, a product that has had dramatic effects on industries ranging from agriculture to rail.
With workers lifting thousands of pounds a day, Power Curbers found a better way to transfer steel--in a conveyor system with adjustable lift tables.
Employees at Power Curbers, which shapes steel into more than 1,000 different parts used in 80 countries, were lifting as much as 10,000 pounds in a single day.
and you yourself shall cant Better than poor Moll can, and know more laws Of cheaters, lifters, nips, foists, puggards, curbers, With all the devil's blackguard, than it is fit Should be discovered to a noble wit.
He was also a board member of the Road Information Program, New Jersey Alliance for Action, and is currently a board member of Power Curbers, Inc.
Pavers for producing golf cart, bike, and other paths as well as sidewalks are supplied by Power Curbers, Inc.