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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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BEIRUT: Lebanon isn't the friendliest environment for businesses of any size, particularly new ones getting off the ground.
The summer campaign is getting off the ground at Cwm FM as Hywel is inspired by Eifion's bleating.
That is testament to what is happening at Ansty Park and with work starting on the MTC too, it is great to see the site getting off the ground.
Down the road from the fledgling Domino Sugar factory development site on the Williamsburg waterfront, another large-scale residential complex is having better luck in getting off the ground.
Romania and Bulgaria signed the agreement for the project construction in March 2000 but it was late in getting off the ground because of insufficient funding.
It's getting off the ground particularly slowly in Italy, the United Kingdom and new member states," noted Emmanuel Beaurepaire, secretary-general of Ebra.
I would be surprised to ever see the project getting off the ground.
I don't think this proposed (inter-faith) centre is anywhere near getting off the ground (An Anglican presence at the Vancouver Olympics, October editorial), unless you know something I don't.
Mr Blair's idea will take some getting off the ground.
Incumbent carriers, led by Continental Airlines, have lobbied hard to keep Virgin America from getting off the ground.
A few months ago, as the new ``Idol'' season was getting off the ground, Peisha described Kat to the Daily News as ``gutsy and spiritual, someone who wants to express herself and takes that ability seriously.
Chapters cover basic home business models, the characteristics that pave one's way for personal success, zoning and insurance issues, why intellectual property is critically important, matters of copyright/trademark/patent, expenses and taxes to be aware of, fifteen basic steps to getting started, state resources for help in getting off the ground, and much more.