Curb

Curb or the Curb may refer to:

  • Curb (road), or kerb, the raised edge of a raised footpath or roadway
  • Curb (album), Nickelback's first full-length album
  • Curb (horse), an injury to the long plantar ligament in horses
  • Curb (HVAC), a metal HVAC part formed to fit around a chimney or vent on a roof
  • Curb (Media), a British media company
  • The Curb, a nickname for the American Stock Exchange, from its original name The New York Curb Exchange

Other articles related to "curb":

Sawyer Brown Discography - Compilation Albums
... Release date August 27, 1990 Label Capitol/Curb Records Formats CD, cassette 26 — — — CAN Gold Greatest Hits 1990-1995 Release date January 24, 1995 Label Curb Records Formats CD ...
Curb (horse)
... Curb is defined in older literature as enlargement secondary to inflammation and thickening of the long plantar ligament in horses ... 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 descriptive term when describing swelling in this area ...
Lip Strap
... used sometimes on some types of English-style curb and Pelham bits ... between the bit shanks and passes through a special center ring on a curb chain sometimes called the "fly link." The lip strap attaches to rings at midpoint of the shanks ... It also helps prevent the curb chain from unfastening or otherwise moving too much ...
Can You Hear Me Now?
... It was released in 2002 on Curb Records ... of this album, the band recorded three new tracks for a religious-themed compilation, then left Curb for Lyric Street Records, where they released the #48-peaking "I'll Be Around" but no album ... They would return to Curb in 2005 for the release of their fifteenth album, 2005's Mission Temple Fireworks Stand ...

Famous quotes containing the word curb:

    A youthful mind is seldom totally free from ambition; to curb that, is the first step to contentment, since to diminish expectation is to increase enjoyment.
    Frances Burney (1752–1840)

    The angels all were singing out of tune,
    And hoarse with having little else to do,
    Excepting to wind up the sun and moon,
    Or curb a runaway young star or two,
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)

    The angels were all singing out of tune,
    And hoarse with having little else to do,
    Excepting to wind up the sun and moon
    Or curb a runaway young star or two.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)