Ground

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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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Stocks fell across the board at the opening with all 33 sectors on the TSE losing ground.
catfish--and they've been losing ground to imports for a decade.
Venice, which is known for its architecture, bridges, and gondola-filled canals, is slowly losing ground.
Despite losing ground due to confusion in the changeover area, 20-year old Paul Moores pulled back seven positions for Birchfield on the second stage with an 18:03 lap.
Thus black students are losing ground not only relative to whites, but even more relative to Hispanics.
Dominican and Mexican apparel exports to the US are losing ground to Asian countries, according to the Major Shippers Report, reports Listin Diario (March 30, 2004).
Do Americans understand that in some ways, they are losing ground to places such as China and India?
Nelson concludes "we are losing the battle we're losing ground.
This "old-style" thermoset has been losing ground for decades to engineering thermoplastics.