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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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While the study is admirably grounded in existing scholarship in Asian American theory, literature, and history, feminist and gender theory, and women's studies, it is strongest and most interesting in its final chapters, where Duncan moves out of the thicket of existing scholarship and breaks fresh ground.
Dunaway breaks fresh ground by balancing evidence derived from slaveholders' diaries and manuscripts with slave narratives, and by comparing the Mountain South with other slaveholding regions.
"Nickspressions breaks fresh ground by offering children playful and interactive ways to communicate with each other in their own language, inspired by their favorite entertainment characters," comments American Greetings vice president of licensing Mike Brown.