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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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At Gloucestershire's Kingsholm Primary, the headmistress has banned, on safety grounds, a plague of socks decorated round the ankles with lace frills.
Initially the match was expected to kick off at 4pm, but with the Pools team bus going nowhere, a decision was made on safety grounds.
A number of "over-zealous" decisions had been made on health and safety grounds, including hospitals refusing to have microwaves on wards, a school relocating a tree house, and sleeping in a camper van banned on a campsite.
Organisers of the Glass Butter Beach festival in Llanbedrog pulled the plug on the two day event on health and safety grounds.
Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways, said, Libya is an important market for us and it was unfortunate that unfolding events there had affected operations on safety grounds of all airlines flying to the country.
It's about time that Travel Coventry actively considered its customers and what the undesired consequences are of the ill thought out imposition of new rules on safety grounds that actually make travelling by bus more and not less dangerous, as well as delaying the bus for all other passengers on board.
But emergency services and local councillors pulled the plug on next week's event on health and safety grounds.
Officials will meet next week to rearrange the fixture but England Netball's Nigel Holl said: "We had to support Mavericks' request on safety grounds and apologise for any disruption this may cause.
PUPILS at a private school who donned fancy dress for their last day of term were banned from entering the school - on safety grounds.
These are the same toys which were withdrawn from sale four years ago on safety grounds, after a number of near strangulation incidents when the toys became wrapped around the necks of children playing with them.
STAFF at a newsagent have been banned from giving customers' dogs biscuits - on health and safety grounds.
A Birmingham pub at the centre of a gangland-style shoot-out has been ordered to stay shut on public safety grounds.