(1) But he also needs the cooperation of the people in curbing the menace.(2) The curb bit promises collection - contained energy, not free forward movement - and hence submission to the will of the rider.(3) In order to curb inflation, money growth must fall below growth in economic output.(4) Prevent further washout by building up the soil and sod next to the walk, or by edging the walk with a concrete curb , brick, or stone.(5) The latest notion from FIFA - the game's world governing body - is to introduce curbs on how many games football's top performers should play in a season.(6) Surely there's a way to curb smoking without seriously hampering such businesses.(7) This makes it an ideal choice for a number of repair situations, and is an ideal choice for repairing curbs , steps, concrete walls and other similar areas without having to erect forms.(8) On the one side, technology has increased the choice available for the people and on the other governments are trying to put curbs on free flow of information.(9) Two citizen organizations are working to curb the excesses of commercialism in our society.(10) Despite curbs on satellite TV, many get such broadcasts, as well as bootleg videotapes and smuggled publications.(11) They sit my driver and me on a concrete curb , still in the shadows of the alley.(12) The tobacco companies offer the perfect illustration of the ways that corporations can effectively curb discussions about their products.(13) Besides, does anyone think youth policies will curb wage inflation among players?(14) she promised she would curb her temper(15) And then the female grabbed my right arm and dragged me across the street and up the curb .(16) But a number of trusts have said they should be allowed more flexibility over the curbs on hours, which will become even stricter next year when the European Working Time Directive limits the maximum to 58 per week.