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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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But cyber incidents are drawing even more attention as they've gained ground after an eventful 2018, Allianz said.
Candidates of other parties, particularly ANP, have gained ground in the district
In the beginning, Daman wrote poetry on traditional subjects like matters relating to heart but as the independence movement gained ground in pre-partition, India political themes also entered his poetry.
THE pound gained ground as worries over Theresa May's leadership subsided amid talk of a cabinet reshuffle.
Corn and wheat also gained ground after declining on Wednesday.
Market breadth was broadly positive as 25 names gained ground, while 15 companies saw an erosion in their share prices.
On Tuesday, regime forces gained ground in the Aleppo countryside, where rebels armed by the U.S.
Better Together has also gained ground amongst Panelbase participants, rising two points to 47% from the last Panelbase poll, which was conducted for Yes Scotland in April, while Yes held steady at 40%.
The dollar gained ground against the pound, but lost ground versus the euro and the yen.
Summary: Apple shares gained ground on Monday after a report saying the California tech giant was set to announce its next iPhone at an event on September 10.