curber

curber

(ˈkɜːbə)
n
a person or thing that curbs or restrains something
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343, 346-49 (Q.B.) (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.
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers has elected Power Curbers Inc.
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.
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.
Slipform pavers are available from CMI Corp.; GOMACO Corp.; Messinger, Inc.; Power Curbers, Inc.
Concrete forms and machines designed to shape concrete median barriers arc manufactured by GOMACO Corp.; Metal Forms Corp.; Power Curbers, Inc.
Manufacturers of concrete pavers include Bid-Well; GOMACO Corp.; Power Curbers, Inc.
Curb and/or gutter pavers are made by GOMACO Corp.; M-B-W, Inc.; Messinger, Inc.; Miller Spreader Co.; Power Curbers, Inc.
Hanson Co.; Messinger, Inc.; Power Curbers, Inc.; Rexworks Inc.
Co.; M-B-W, Inc.; Miller Spreader Co.; Power Curbers, Inc.; Salsco, Inc.