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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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While the Michael O'Donovan-trained Gone To Ground was last week's firstround pacesetter with a brilliant 28.49sec spin, equally as impressive was the Liam Dowling-owned Ballymac Anton.
It is no wonder that other former associates of slain RIRA boss Alan Ryan have now gone to ground fearing they might be next on the hit list after Declan Smith.
Simulation has been back on the agenda in the Premier League after Chelsea midfielder Oscar was booked for the offence having gone to ground in the box in his side's 3-0 victory at Southampton on New Year's Day.
Simulation has been back on the agenda in the Premier League after Chelsea's Oscar was booked for the offence having gone to ground in the box in his side's 3-0 victory at Southampton on New Year's Day.
Ramires has gone to ground really easily," Reid said on the OfficialAlbion You Tube channel.
Correspondents say the opposition, which is seeking political reform, has gone to ground to plan its next move.
On the other hand, it seems the elected councillors for our area have gone to ground until the next election.