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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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Labour also lost ground in elections for the Scottish Parliament, where the Conservatives were the main beneficiaries.
South Mersey lost ground dropping into fourth after a 3-2 reversal at Wavertree WDOB as FC Salle and Cardinal Newman vied for position drawing 3-3 in a result which favoured the former.
Barclays lost ground after the bank announced the finance director Chris Lucas is leaving six months earlier than planned because of unspecified health reasons, to be succeeded by Tushar Morzaria.
However Northfield lost ground when they visited the team in second place, Hartlepool B, and were beaten 8-2 with hat-tricks from Keith Thomas and Anthony Jackson.
His weak punch allowed Medy Elito to cancel out John McCombe's opener as Vale lost ground in the play-off race.
Summary: The dollar lost ground against most currencies in Asia on Wednesday as risk appetite soared on the back of 3-5% gains on Asian stock markets.
Americans are more positive than negative about the fight against AIDS, with 38% saying the country has made progress over the last eight years and 19% saying it has lost ground, resulting in a net 19-point positive score for that issue.
THE FTSE 100 Index lost ground yesterday as gloom in the banking sector and more economic woes across the Atlantic rattled investors.
We expect to complete our watering programme in the early hours of the morning and, given the levels of moisture that were already in the ground prior to the irrigation system packing up, I'd be very hopeful of making up the lost ground.
The stock, however, lost ground in April after Microsoft announced that it would delay the release of the Windows Vista desktop operating system until after Christmas, 2006.
And while there is plenty of time for Cox to make up for lost ground, it is likely that the Taylor media blitz will leave her in precisely that position--having to make up for lost ground.
In the first 100, I lost ground to them, but I felt a little better on the second 100,'' So said.