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groundwork

the ground or background of a painting, etc.

Groundwork

Site work that takes place on the ground, such as excavations, drain laying, pathways and driveways.

groundwork

Batten strips applied over roofing boards or the like; used as a base for the application of roofing materials.
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During the next four years Groundwork will be working with the national charity WasteWatch and North Tyneside Council to deliver the campaign across the region.
In 'Problems with Freedom: Kant's Argument in Groundwork III and its Subsequent Emendation' (Chapter 10), Guyer reads Kant as trying to prove that we are free qua noumena, and as invoking transcendental idealism to make a positive, metaphysical assertion about the noumenal self.
Groundwork is a leading environmental regeneration charity.
Groundwork carried out a series of workshops in schools to find out what children wanted from the play area.
GroundWork said that GroundWork Factory allows it to add extra value to the GroundWork platform and will provide information, knowledge and reusable extensions when used in combination with GroundWork Monitor Professional.
The local branch of Groundwork - Birmingham & Solihull - continues to work side by side with the communities of Birmingham from their main offices in Handsworth.
Groundwork is one of three charities with a chance of securing pounds 1.
ENVIRONMENTAL organisation Groundwork is to extend work with pupils disillusioned with school in Coventry.
What they are doing now lays the groundwork and foundation to be good citizens and be proactive in the community,'' Hacker said.
They are: "The Argument of Kant's Groundwork, Chapter 1" by Nelson Potter, "Kant's Analysis of Obligation: The Argument of Groundwork I" by Christine M.