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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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Preparing the ground for future collaboration with the European Commission in the field of the social economy missions priorities topics;
IF there is any truth that Labour and the Liberal Democrats have quietly aligned policy pledges in more than a dozen areas, prompting the speculation that they are preparing the ground for a coalition after next year's General Election, should we here in the North East not worry that once again we will be betrayed by the Labour Party in their lust for power at any expense?
The first phase commenced in August and entailed shaping the ground at the site into the masterA[degrees] plan mould, and preparing the ground for construction.
First phase works on the project, which have involved shaping the ground at the site into the master-plan mould and preparing the ground for construction, are nearing completion and Talhouni said the second phase will begin shortly.
Do the groundwork Finish preparing the ground for new autumn planting by clearing weeds and working in plenty of garden compost or rotted manure.
Suarez is seemingly preparing the ground for his exit from Merseyside, speaking publicly about a - move to Real Madrid.
After betraying the will of Albanians in 2006, when usurping the institutions without the consent of Albanians, Thaci and PDSH are preparing the ground to repeat the disrespect of the Albanian vote," said Artan Grubi, chief of Ali Ahmeti's cabinet.
The European Commission, together with the Joint Research Centre's Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC-IPTS), is preparing the ground for developing criteria under the EU's ecolabel scheme for three new categories of products, namely: toilets and urinals, heating systems and buildings.
Start preparing the ground ready for planting in mid-May.
SANDOWN clerk of the course Andrew Cooper said that the recent soaring temperatures had made preparing the ground for today's Bet365 Gold Cup card as hard as any of the previous seasonal finales he can remember, writes Lewis Porteous.

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