curb service

Selling merchandise, lunches, cigarettes, cigars, etc. to persons on the street in vehicles. The use of the public streets by a person, firm or corporation engaged in business in any store, temporary or permanent stand or box, building, structure or the like, for the sale or solicitation of goods, wares or merchandise. People v Dmytro, 280 Mich 82, 273 NW 400, 111 ALR 128.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • curb service — ☆ curb service n. service offered to customers who wish to remain in their cars, as at a drive in restaurant …   English World dictionary

  • curb service — {n.} Waiting on customers while they sit in their cars. * /Families with small children often look for hamburger stands that offer curb service./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • curb service — {n.} Waiting on customers while they sit in their cars. * /Families with small children often look for hamburger stands that offer curb service./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • curb\ service — noun Waiting on customers while they sit in their cars. Families with small children often look for hamburger stands that offer curb service …   Словарь американских идиом

  • curb service — curb′ serv ice n. service given to customers in parked cars, as at a drive in restaurant • Etymology: 1930–35, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • curb service — service given to customers in parked cars, as at a drive in restaurant. [1930 35, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • curb service — noun service provided to customers who remain in their vehicles • Hypernyms: ↑service …   Useful english dictionary

  • curb service — noun Date: 1925 service extended (as by a restaurant) to persons sitting in parked automobiles …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • service — See: AT ONE S SERVICE, CURB SERVICE, LIP SERVICE, OF SERVICE, ROOM SERVICE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • service — See: AT ONE S SERVICE, CURB SERVICE, LIP SERVICE, OF SERVICE, ROOM SERVICE …   Dictionary of American idioms

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