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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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We're pleased to see that Network Intelligence gained ground in terms of our completeness of vision and ability to execute, which enables customers to collect and protect all the data in real time," said Jack Sweeney, chief executive officer of Network Intelligence.
S shares gained ground overnight and better-than-expected Japanese gross domestic product data was released.
490 and 491 of his career), Shawn Green's RBI double (his 45th of the year) started a three-run fourth inning and Wilson Alvarez turned in another impressive effort as the newly installed fifth starter as the Dodgers gained ground in the National League wild-card race.
Self-service druggists, discounting and cheaper lines have gained ground while the more expensive perfumeries have lost share.
Banking issues gained ground on buybacks after sharp declines the previous session, brokers said.
VISALIA - The first-place JetHawks gained ground in a loss Saturday.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer actually gained ground at the expense of FireFox recent stride.
In fact, since beating the Diamondbacks on July 14, the Dodgers have gained ground once.