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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Meanwhile Off the Ground youth Theatre was formed two years later in 1996.
Shirley said the storm in Chobham, Surrey, on Saturday was like a "minitornado", adding her granddaughter jumped out of a shed moments before it was lifted off the ground and smashed to pieces.
Chris, who was helped by Flying Officer Matthew Smyth, said: "I thought, 'I can pull this off the ground.
We grabbed one and it swung around and lifted Isaac, my larger colleague, off the ground," the Daily Telegraph quoted him as saying.
This has been a community effort with everyone playing their part, residents, officers and politicians of all parties coming together to get this scheme off the ground and finished on time and on budget.
Orville got the Flyer off the ground, flying for 120ft (above) and ushering in the aeronautical age.
Grip the hubs, lift the shelter about six inches off the ground and step backwards.
Then bring one leg off the ground towards the hands and then kick it back and upward above the hips.
Lab experiments indicate that the strong electrical fields inside dust devils help the vortices boost material off the ground, Renno and his colleague Jasper F.
1 The higher Shaun is off the ground, the more -- he stores.
The deputy was getting into his vehicle when he heard a pop and saw a bullet ricochet off the ground.
FEMA guidelines released in April recommend that houses in New Orleans be built at least three feet off the ground.