ground area


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ground area

[′grau̇nd ‚er·ē·ə]
(building construction)
The area of a building at ground level.
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However, the ground area under an evergreen tree such as a pine, spruce, fir or hemlock is completely occupied with tree roots.
I FEEL I have to respond to your article regarding the work done on the waste ground area at the top of Hasfield Road, Norris Green (Students Transform Grot Spot, Dec 28).
The ground area that qualifies is too small in its geographical definition.
The girl was one of four teenage girls from London who were in the Parade Ground area of the park during a ferocious storm.
Covering an effective ground area of over 15,000 square kilometers, the single bi-directional, 3 Gbps multi-channel data link transmitted simultaneous uncompressed high-definition (HD) video, audio and gigabit Ethernet.
Mustafa Kanju and six others had been indicted on charges of killing 16-year-old orphan Zain and injuring Hussain (18) in Cavalry Ground area.
Police said that Mustafa Kanju was driving a car when he allegedly opened fire on a vehicle near Cavalry Ground area which led to the killing of fifteen-year-old Zain and injuries to a pedestrian on Wednesday night.
In the first incident, a seventy years old person identified as Rafiullah died while his two sons Wasiullah and Samiullah suffered server injuries when roof of a room in their house collapsed in Jahazono ground area located on the Bashkhali Road.
With greater ground area, we can provide more trading space, extra facilities and better services for our visitors.
Also housing a substantial television compound, the new practice ground area completes a pounds 16m redevelopment at Celtic Manor which also saw the new Twenty Ten course and clubhouse open in 2007.
Broadcast the mix over any ground area needing assistance.
The ample lower ground area provides some undercover seating as a bonus as well as further outside storage beneath the rear bays.