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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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Many adapters do not connect the safety ground, creating a potential for electrical shock.
The PC ground will have noise on it not only from its local switching power supply, but also from several hundred feet of common safety ground wiring within the building.
50, the remainder of the card was eventually allowed to take place but races were delayed by 30 minutes on safety grounds with clerk of the course Richard Aldous describing the afternoon as "challenging".
He said that officers took the decision to close down the privately-run event, which involved around 100 participants and 300 spectators, on safety grounds.
One building on the corner of Dale Street and Cheapside had been pulled down in 2011 on safety grounds but it had been hoped that other facades on Cheapside and Dale Street, which were held up by scaffolding, could be preserved.
Two sets of chest CT scans were compared and it was decided there was insufficient resolution of the signs to allow him to compete on safety grounds.
An FIA statement said: "Two sets of chest CT scans were compared and it was decided that there was insufficient resolution of the signs to allow him to compete on safety grounds.
ISLAMABAD -- Some prominent British music venues have decided to ban selfie sticks on health and safety grounds.
Villagers oppose many such projects on safety grounds.
Therefore, on health and safety grounds, council's officers have no alternative but to close this facility to the public with immediate effect.
So many of the parks and open spaces are waterlogged, Sandwell Council has taken the decision on health and safety grounds to contact clubs and tell them their Saturday and Sunday games will not be able to take place.
FA spokesman Scott Field said: "With high demand for tickets from the large Polish community in England, the FA took the decision, on safety grounds, to ensure Polish fans were allocated space in a specific area of the ground, rather than trying to buy tickets in home areas.