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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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In the Summer X Games, competitors can choose to ride from the MegaRamp's two starting points: One is 19 meters (65 feet) off the ground, and the other towers at 24 m (80 ft).
Most are 12 to 14 feet off the ground, with ramps of more than 140 feet to ease entry.
will be getting funding to get this initiative off the ground.
Our involvement allowed the project off the ground and turn the asset into a economically viable and successful venture.
It could never get off the ground if it had to start in the condition it is in now.
Little Owlie's wings no longer work, and he has to use a wheelchair now, but he can still do lots of things--like paint while holding a paintbrush in his beak, or use his computer with voice commands, travel through the Jingle Jangle Jungle in his wheelchair and visit his friends, fly his kite with a little help to get it off the ground, and more.
Since the definition of running requires periodically getting both feet off the ground at the same time, Sony has had to develop a new "running motion" technology.
In our pursuit of dancing off the ground, we had to reckon not only with gravity, safety, strength, rigging, and courage, but also with the fatigue and nausea of altitude sickness that can accompany the 5,000-foot-elevation of Boulder, Colorado.
The Vatican is preparing a point-by-point refutation of the new film, which will be distributed worldwide before the film gets off the ground.
Smith's funding will get the new ISP off the ground, contracting with an Internet backbone provider and financing a $500,000 advertising and promotional ramp to its September 1 launch.
There is a lot of goodwill from other agencies who want this project to get off the ground.