Curb or Kerb Stone- Same Meaning of a Different Word- Use, Details

Located near Dublin's docklands, this three-storey Georgian terraced house has been converted from three bed-sits into one light-filled "upside-down house" with a charred-larch extension at the back. Designed by Scullion Architects, the refurbishment flips the traditional house layout on its head, positioning the open-plan kitchen and living room on the top floor, bedrooms on the floors

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Curb and Kerb are two words differently spelled but with the same meaning. American and Canadian English both are having this noun which means – the edge of a sidewalk or roadway. They spell it as “curb”. Outside North America, has different varieties of the English language and the same meaning word is spelled as kerb. But all the territories uses the word “curb” for the verb -meaning to check or restrain and for the verb’s corresponding noun (e.g., curbs on spending).Curb or Kerb Stone- Same Meaning of a Different Word- Use, Details

Curb or Kerb Stone- Same Meaning of a Different Word

The use of these stones is to mark the sidewalk or roadway. They are making this area marked and tight together. Here are the dimensions.







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