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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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In particular, this press release contains forward-looking statements regarding our Common Ground and Force.
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Although we have much common ground, we seem increasingly to be residing at the far extremes of the political divide, at the opposing poles of the cultural landscape, at the opposite ends of the theological spectrum.
Common Ground United, whose players have been singled out as last weekend's culprits, is linked to the Living Stones of Christ Embassy church in Perry Barr, Birmingham, which has an international congregation.
30 that it would discontinue Common Ground, one of Convio's two CRM systems based on Salesforce.
But Common Ground says it's worth it, and that it costs less to house and treat a homeless person than to leave him on the street, where he'll use emergency services again and again.
To help address these issues, Melbourne's Common Ground includes a library, medical centre, conference room and an art therapy room.
Can Catholics find common ground with Calvinists without talking about the authority of the Bible, predestination, the intellectualizing of "faith" as "doctrine," and other essential themes?
Summary: President Barack Obama is currently being attacked by friends and foes alike for his willingness to seek common ground on issues ranging from healthcare to North Korea.
Instead, the goal was to find common ground on ways to prevent unintended pregnancy, reduce the need for abortions, provide economic and health care supports for struggling families, and promote adoption.
The Sharing Common Ground Community Heroes Award is presented in two categories, Crime Prevention and Aboriginal Justice, and will celebrate the achievements of these individuals who, through work or volunteering in the Aboriginal community, have gone over and above to enhance or promote community safety.
Summary: US President Barack Obama was heckled as he urged both sides in the abortion debate to find common ground.