feasible ground

feasible ground

[′fēz·ə·bəl ′grau̇nd]
(mining engineering)
Ground that is easy to work and yet will stand without the support of timber or boards.
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All the US supplies have to pass through Pakistan with no other feasible ground route available.
This approach is constrained by two operating parameters: the harvester's maximum feasible ground speed and maximum achievable throughput rate.
The first contemporary response, offered by Robert Neville, proposes an ex nihilo conception of creation as the only feasible ground for the harmonious relations between things.