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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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Macaire blamed the tight track and holding ground for Jair Du Cochet's performance and stressed that the horse is still on track for the Bonusprint Stayers' Hurdle next month, for which he was eased to 8-1 in some lists.
He was in front at the last in this competitive three-mile test, but his big weight (11st 10lb) took its toll on the run-in in the very holding ground and he was collared by Red Striker and Robbo.
The market is split today, with the Dow holding ground in positive territory and the Nasdaq Composite fighting a backslide.
It may have been the very holding ground, though, and we decided to take a chance turning him out again for this race for Stephen Gray, who rides him at home.
Norman Beckett, 16-1, was having his first run for Ian Semple in the Smirnoff Vodka Handicap and Eaves brought him with sustained run to catch Secret Liaison, who had looked the winner two out, approaching the final furlong and quickly go seven lengths clear in the holding ground.
But Towcester's holding ground and the stiff uphill finish meant that under a strong ride from Tony McCoy, he had to pull out all the stops.
Delta Force: Land Warrior" players advance in rank as they accumulate experience points earned by racking up kills, capturing flags, and capturing and holding ground, and otherwise supporting their teams in multi-player games on NovaWorld 2's stat-tracking servers.
As it has been drying it will be sticky, holding ground and we've taken the worst of it out.
The eight-year-old is the only one with winning form this year having landed the Midlands Area Club Ladies Open in holding ground at Thorpe Lodge a fortnight ago and will relish another stamina test.