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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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When he's coming into you, you have to give ground.
And at Seattle, Clinton agreed to give ground on the marketing of pharmaceuticals.
GLENN HODDLE has finally signed a new two-year contract - but has had to give ground on the details following a miserable run of results.
Each has a clear mission, and neither will give ground to its perceived adversary.
Rents continue to give ground in the Downtown market.
We meet in our diagonals me, heading for the middle-class lawn in its virginal blanket and odd bouffant puffs hovering over the swing-set, and him, bee-lining for some futuristic aluminum garbage cans that must be very compelling, because the shrunk refuses to give ground, and equally that shunk refuses to advance when I give ground My feet are supremely numb and daring in my cheap black pumps with the clean snow melting into my insteps, and this skunk, the type of which I have never seen before I came to Provincetown being more white than black, and looking like a pursy Persian cat, is now having some sort of fit First it stomps its little feet--then arches its back and chitters.
Disney has so far refused to give ground in negotiations with the unions that represent its cast members, refusing to discuss how it might share a tiny portion of the $32 billion in revenue and $2.
No one wanted to give ground - whether they were 5ft 2in or 6ft 3in.
The weakness also represented a culmination of two months of broad based pressure on the greenback, as anticipation of these events has seen it give ground more or less consistently since before Ramadan.
I will never give ground on keeping our UK together.
Conservative former deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine said that there was no need for Mr Cameron to give ground to the Lib-Dems on reform of the electoral system.
46 million so far, this is lower than first feared as workers give ground on pay and hours to avoid even more savage cutbacks.