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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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Wales also face Dublin games with Scotland on May 25 and Northern Ireland on May 27 as the competition the Welsh FA championed from the start gets off the ground.
Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats Kirsty Williams warned the First Minister yesterday that he was "in danger of dividing the Yes campaign before it even gets off the ground.
He said: "I've got a lot of catching up to do as I've had a hard time of it of late but I've been practising hard and hope Telford is where my season gets off the ground.
The launch of a long-haul low-fare which is on Michael O'Leary's radar, whether it gets off the ground is very much dependent on finding cheap aircraft.
IT's fingers crossed that the concept of off-course betting into track tote pools, which is currently being canvassed by a facilitation company set up by the GRA, Gaming International and E-tote known as GOTTO, gets off the ground.
Misinformation and disinformarion are threatening to disrupt the progress of the UK biofuels industry even before it gets off the ground according to Home-Grown Cereals Authority (HGCA).
SIR - I was dismayed to read of the possibility of a re-make of The Dam Busters film (Western Mail, May 8) and I hope that this project never gets off the ground.
If this barmy idea gets off the ground, they will not only have to cope with a sordid 24-hour business next door but with a never-ending flow of sad and seedy males, and regular visits by drug-dealers - up to 95 per cent of prostitutes are involved in the trade to feed their drug habit.