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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 Commercial Space Launch Amendments Act, signed into law in December 2004, "starts to touch on these issues of liability, but we may need to revisit these issues as the industry gets off the ground, and we will have to think more about how interlocking regulations and schemes fit together," he said.
This is, of course, a long-term project which will require much thought and planning before it gets off the ground.
McCoy (right) rides three for Brendan Powell in Scotland as jump racing finally gets off the ground again, but it's 5lb claimer Campbell from East Lothian who could be the star of the show with my nap LIE FORRIT in the 1.
If the BBA gets off the ground, it would mean the city having two professional basketball teams - and Athletics also want to play at the Aston Event Centre.
Sir Ben called on the government to introduce proper and appropriate incentives to ensure that the alternative crop uses industry gets off the ground.
Each programme will follow a business as it gets off the ground and through its first 12 months.
A BID, if it gets off the ground, would allow the business community to opt to pay a small additional rate in return for guaranteed environmental and security improvements.
I DO hope that the idea of a new plane service between Liverpool and London gets off the ground.
Once the bank program gets off the ground, SBLI will probably expand into more geographic regions, Burday said.
He says, "Nobody knows very much about how a coral reef gets off the ground.
A NEW short-haul holiday company gets off the ground on May 1, promising a new concept in air travel