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Curb Exchange

Informal for the American Stock Exchange.

Curb Exchange

An early name for what is now the American Stock Exchange. The term derived from the market's beginnings on a street in downtown New York.
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Curbs Plus is honored to have hosted Secretary Davin at our Mount Union facility, said Heath Hinkle, sales manager at Curbs Plus.
Counter slopes of adjoining gutters and road surfaces immediately adjacent to the curb ramp not be steeper than 1:20
But Curb didn't start thinking seriously about music until his family relocated to the San Fernando Valley several years later.
You don't know we've even been there except that you've got a curb.
Yet legislation designed to curb the economic power of the drug cartel languished in committee, and no bill would have emerged if it weren't for thalidomide.
The civilian vehicle proceeded diagonally through the intersection, over a 4-inch high curb, and across a planting strip and sidewalk before colliding with a building.
The sidewalk was adjacent to the outer curb along most segments.
The curb inlet and the catch basin Drain Diaper inserts are a cost-effective way to avoid contaminating our water supplies and to meet best-management-practice requirements of the Clean Water Act.
The extension of curb cut deadlines would help relieve cities and towns of the immediate and tremendous cost burdens associated with the installation of curb ramps and allow them time to focus on future efforts to successfully integrate individuals with disabilities into local communities.
Forte seeks to legitimate her findings by drawing upon essentially the same group of feminist scholars that Curb does--exceptions being Caribbean feminists Barbara Christian and Michelle Cliff and white feminists Susan Bordo and Susan Willis.