service ground

service ground

A ground connection to a service conductor or service equipment or both.
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The Paris-to-London service ground to a halt south of Ashford, Kent, at 10.45pm yesterday, after what the operator described as a "major technical problem".
The Paris-to-London service ground to a halt with its lights off just south of Ashford, Kent, at about 10.45pm yesterday, after what the operator described as a "major technical problem".
LEE JONES was a hat-trick hero as Turnpike Tavern lifted the domestic Junior Cup with a 3-1 final success over Second Division rivals Priory Villa at the Civil Service ground.
Hundreds of passengers were let down yesterday when the Shields ferry service ground to a halt.
The renowned hostility between fans of Cardiff City and arch-rivals Swansea City looked to be a thing of the past following their pre-season warm-up encounter at the Civil Service Ground in Cardiff's Sanatorium Road.
WITH Wales facing England in the eagerly awaited International at the Cardiff Civil Service ground yesterday there were no Welsh Baseball League fixtures, so the attention turned to the ladies game and in particular the Sam Cornish Cup.
Postal Service have formed a business alliance based on the exclusive supply of all Postal Service ground tire needs for the next 10 years.
The Civil Service Ground could have offered space for football and cricket pitches.
An ex-chief inspector in the South Wales force with 31 years service under his belt, Page will be refereeing the annual baseball international between Wales and England at the Civil Service ground.
Investigators cited human error and poor visibility as the causes of the accident, but others claim that the out of service ground radar was liable.