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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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Capacity is growing enormously at most companies each year and Storage Service Providers (SSPs) are gaining ground also.
Over the past couple years, Manning has frequently represented plaintiffs in mediations over claims disputes, and he thinks the approach is gaining ground.
Educational efforts to stamp out smoking do seen to be gaining ground.
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27 and with the GSAC Championships approaching, the men's team is quickly gaining ground just as fast in the national rankings as it is on the countryside courses.
says the subject-immersion trend has been gaining ground for a decade.
is one of nine organizations awarded grants in the first phase of the Foundation's Gaining Ground initiative.
New technologies are gaining ground in some island countries: 3G mobile services are expected to be launched in Fiji in 2007.
The two home-improvement giants are steadily enlarging their share of the appliance market and gaining ground on longtime leader Sears.