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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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Nazi war crimes suspect John Demjanjuk is going on trial in Munich in a case that breaks new ground in Germany's pursuit of those accused of involvement in the Holocaust.
Her characterizations of the literate housewives, the journalists who wrote for the magazines, and, most significantly, the confessional articles written by ordinary female readers breaks new ground in our understanding of twenties Japanese women.
A chapter entitled "The Middle Ages Delayed" breaks new ground in the cultural history of nineteenth-century Russia, showing how idealized images of Holy Russia influenced both the imperial family and the peasant in their preferences for sacred art.
Head of the research, Professor Leif Salford says the "voluntary exposure of the brain to microwaves from hand-held cell phones is the largest human biological experiment ever threatening people with drowning in a sea of microwaves." The research breaks new ground by studying the way low levels of microwaves cause proteins to leak across the blood-brain barrier.
Switch Breaks New Ground for ATM, Frame Relay and IP Services over a Single, Multiservice Backbone to Help Customers Grow Revenues and Minimize Operations Costs