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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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Number of 737 Max 8s in fleet: 18.TUI Fly Status: Grounded. Number of 737 Max 8s in fleet: 15.Air China Status: Grounded.
6 : to prohibit from taking part in certain activities as punishment <My parents grounded me for a week.>
Though it is theoretically possible to have a very quiet tool that would exhibit very low emissions levels even when it is not properly grounded, the probability is nearly zero.
5) Stand in Mountain Pose, and feel how grounded you are.
The more grounded devices we interconnect, the greater the possibility of producing electrical noise currents in the bus ground system.
Make sure the metal bath is grounded. Failure to ensure that the ground leak detector probe wires provide a sound ground contact will result in the loss of crucial protection for the operator and furnace.
These bare copper or green wires are technically called the "equipment" grounds to keep them distinct from the neutral (white) wires, which are also grounded at the main panel.
How can you make sure that a telecomm building constructed on solid rock is properly grounded?
Appliances are grounded to reduce the risk of electrocution of the user, if a fault develops that allows excessive leakage current from the appliance to the user.
A POORLY GROUNDED GENERATOR CAN DELIVER AN ELECTRIC SHOCK STRONG ENOUGH TO KILL.
But for a compact fluorescent (CF) fixture to be installed to meet the National Electrical Code, it must also be grounded.