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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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The director, who is known for films such as Dushman and Sangharsh , both of which had strong female protagonists, was asked if she is breaking new ground with this film.
So even though Richard Hammond, pictured, thinks he's breaking new ground here, as he dangles a bucket off a helicopter, he was beaten to the punch by Operation Cloud Lab back in the summer.
Breaking new ground in the detection of planets beyond our solar system, European astronomers on Monday said they had recorded the most lightweight world to be discovered so far through direct observation.
I feel I am not breaking new ground. And that's bad.
She is one of the UK's most popular authors, selling over eight million copies, now Martina Cole is still breaking new ground. She has just seen one of her novels turned into a play, for the first time.
With the theme, "Breaking New Ground," this year's International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Spring Convention from May 21-24, in Las Vegas, will feature the 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton as a guest speaker.
Also breaking new ground are its builders, NASA and the European Space Agency, which have set a new standard by how they share Hubble's stunning images and exciting discoveries with the public.