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Ground

A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 203 square meters. It is used in real estate transactions in some parts of India.
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s Indianapolis Foundry broke ground on a new 42,000 sq ft cleaning dept.
Conservancy officials broke ground Friday for use of this land as the West Mulholland Trailhead into Topanga State Park.
Richards broke ground for the 200,000-square-foot facility which is expected to be complete and operational within two years.
Seventy years after we broke ground on the first building on this campus, Brooklyn College takes enormous pleasure in acknowledging the participation of so many individuals whose efforts have made this day possible.
State and civic leaders broke ground Friday on the final Los Angeles County phase of the Foothill Freeway construction - work that also brings with it good news for frustrated commuters who have endured years of bottleneck on Base Line Road.
We've already received calls for reservations and we just broke ground.
In addition to HomeAid's two Houston projects, its first Gulf Coast Rebuilding project broke ground last month on the site of the historic New Orleans Rescue Mission, located one-quarter mile southeast of the Superdome.
Caption: The Community Preservation Corporation of New Jersey broke ground with the residential developers and Paterson city officials to celebrate the start of the renovation of 19 Market Street (formerly known as the Cooke Administration Building) in Paterson, N.
VAN NUYS - Signaling the start of Los Angeles Unified's most aggressive building program in recent memory, officials broke ground Wednesday on an elementary school in Van Nuys, the first of 18 new Valley schools expected to open during the next seven years.
TAMPA, March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- USAir, City of Tampa and Hillsborough County Aviation Authority officials broke ground today on the new USAir maintenance hangar to be built near Tampa International Airport.
Taking the first step toward a "greener" Wilmington, today Mayor Jim Hahn, Councilwoman Janice Hahn and the Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners broke ground on the new Avalon Triangle Park, the first in a series of projects identified in the community's conceptual plan for development of the Wilmington waterfront.
The city and Parks & Recreation Department and the Department of Environmental Protection recently broke ground on the renovation of St.