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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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The craze for "cheap and nasty" telephony is passing; and the idea that the telephone is above all else a SPEED instrument, is gaining ground.
Speaking during a visit to Moscow, Mr Johnson said: "I think the argument is gaining ground that it would be madness to leave the EU without taking back control of our regulatory freedoms.
The Real Estate index was buoyed by three out of its four large cap names gaining ground, led by Barwa, which went up by 8.
The Iowa association is part of a coalition of health agencies that received a Gaining Ground grant.
The measures reflect concern that the won is gaining ground too rapidly, which poses a threat to Korean exporters and the reviving economy.
Summary: DUBAI -- While the Arab media is gaining ground in the United States and Europe, the West believes Arab revolutionary 'Spring' will transform the Arab world, and Egypt is seen as leading change in the region, according to a recent study.
GAINING GROUND had finished tailed off at 50-1 and 200-1 on two chase starts for Graeme McPherson last winter, but the money came for him on his third start in the staying handicap at Fontwell yesterday and he justified the support when galloping his rivals into submission from the front.