Ground

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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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You could say I should not have gone to ground in the box and then the referee has not got a decision to make then so I am a bit critical of myself for doing that.
The boy who posted it, whose identity we know but can't publish for legal reasons, has since gone to ground after threats were made against him.
The ECHO revealed how Lee Dickson - sole director of Pegasus Digital Solutions - had gone to ground after persuading Lydiate primary school to take out a pounds 30,000 five-year lease for two new photocopiers.
MAN UNITED'S Cristiano Ronaldo suggested he was simply "too good" for some people after rejecting suggestions that he had gone to ground too easily to win the penalty that put his side through to the semi-final of the FA Cup.
If anybody in the Prime Minister's inner circle cares, then they have gone to ground.
It had been thought he had turned survivalist and gone to ground.