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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. But experts believe that with a much better culture of innovation, along with much stronger government support, the country can tap into its potential for starting and developing small and medium-sized enterprises.
Tom and Elise are in their late 50s and, though they earn a relatively steady income through their business, they have been reluctant to lock funds into a retirement account while their children were in college and their business was getting off the ground. They have now realized that they are behind in their savings and would like to catch up as much as possible.
The NJ mall, just a few miles from Manhattan, has had a troubled history in getting off the ground but promises 1.7 million square feet of retail space, and 150,000 square feet for dining.
Washington, April 24 ( ANI ): Khloe Kardashian insists that Kim's relationship with Kanye West is just getting off the ground.
The latest instalment of this rather insightful series takes a look into how many of the relationships have not been able to withstand the travelling lifestyle, but shows that for every failed romance, there are probably half a dozen just getting off the ground (pardon the pun).
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. The Department of City Planning has approved a rezoning proposal for the three-building, 801-unit complex that developers Abraham and Isack Rosenberg dubbed Rose Plaza on the River, in a 7-5 vote that allows the plan to proceed.
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.