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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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Breaking Ground has committed to construct 1,000 new affordable units to help New York City's most vulnerable residents over the next five years, including its first housing for low-income families.
We are breaking ground for more than a factory," said Honda Motor Co.
Today, we are breaking ground not only on a factory, but on the Commonwealth's clean energy future.
Breaking ground are 69 one-family homes, 29 two-family homes and 19 three-family homes for a total of 241,000 square feet in 117 buildings with 184 individual households.
1) Breaking ground for the new Antelope Valley Kidney Institute are from left: Larry Grooms, field representative for Assemblywoman Sharon Runner; nurse practitioner Linda Plush, Dr.