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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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Developers also broke ground on several major developments during the year.
VALLEY GLEN -- Valley College officials broke ground Wednesday on a $46 million ``green'' classroom building, hailing its environmentally friendly design and state-of-the-art laboratories.
The University of South Florida Health broke ground on the first of two state-of-the-art ambulatory care centers.
Li Tim-Oi, the first woman priest in the Anglican Communion, have been marked by Renison College, which broke ground recently on a resource centre named for her.
DIED: Riyad Wadia, 36, a gay Indian filmmaker who broke ground by dealing with homosexuality in film, of complications from tuberculosis, in Bombay, India, November 30.
Bayer broke ground at its polycarbonate plant in Caojing, Shanghai, China.
HMA) broke ground for its new auto and engine plant in Lincoln, Alabama, announcing it will accelerate the production launch from the original timetable of April 2002 to late 2001 and invest an additional $40 million to add new production operations.
Nasdaq: ESLR), a manufacturer of solar power products with its proprietary, low-cost String Ribbon[TM] wafer technology, yesterday broke ground for its new $165 million facility in Devens, Massachusetts.
Caption: The Bruaser Group broke ground for their 10-story, 41-unit, luxury condominium at 100 West 18th Street in Cheslea.
With the Hollywood sign in the distance and the chipped and faded facade of the Griffith Park Observatory behind him, Davis broke ground for the project using the same shovel used when the observatory was built in 1933.