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Meanings and phrases
- your basis for belief or disbelief; knowledge on which to base belief; evidence
- the enclosed land around a house or other building; yard; curtilage
- a tract of land cleared for some special purposes (recreation or burial etc.)
- a justification for something existing or happening; cause; reason
- dregs consisting of solid particles (especially of coffee) that form a residue
- the dregs remaining after brewing coffee
- These reunions take place on the school grounds.
- Washington is buried on the school grounds.
- The school grounds continued to expand.
- Frederick II of Aragon used it as part of his hunting grounds.
- There are two official, unfenced hunting grounds in Pančevački Rit.
- The mountain, one of Diana's hunting grounds, was also holy to Pan.
- They generally do not reach far into the seas near their breeding grounds.
- It is one of the few known breeding grounds in Ireland of the Eurasian wigeon.
- The Marbled Murrelet, in contrast tends to remain closer to its breeding grounds.
- Finds of bronze ware are frequent in the burial grounds.
- The site includes the burial grounds of new-born and aborted fetuses.
- Inhumation was carried out both in soil burial grounds and burial mounds.
- The ground was within the grounds of Bourne Park House.
- The abbey is located within the grounds of the Kilcooley Estate.
- The museum is located within the grounds of the Parque de la Independencia.
- The Seneca tribe used it as hunting and fishing grounds.
- Silverpit crater is named after the Silver Pit fishing grounds in which it is located.
- When the Japanese moved to other fishing grounds, Ainu kotan were also forced to accompany them.
- In the early 1900s the house and grounds became a private nursing home.
- Around 1900 the house and grounds were bought by Sir John Travis Cragg.
- He put his Kensington Park house and grounds on the market for urgent sale.
- School Board elections were invariably fought on religious grounds.
- Exception to this rule may be made on medical or religious grounds.
- Eddington's personal statement at the June hearing about his objection to war based on religious grounds is on record.
- The clubs have their own training grounds in the city of Aleppo.
- This new training grounds includes medical and training facilities for the first team.
- White tents and training grounds sprang up at the Oakland track, Old Louisville and Portland.
- The diagram on the right shows the main spawning grounds and larval drift routes.
- This would have had the adverse side effect of damaging the salmon spawning grounds.
- One of Canada's important herring spawning grounds is located beside Point Escuminac.
- The grounds include the Japanese Garden, a rare surviving example of a rock garden.
- The landscaped grounds include a garden which is thought to retain its original early-19th-century layout.
- The grounds include some of the finest exotic trees in Auckland, and there are views to the Manukau Harbour and to One Tree Hill.
- After five years he was released on medical grounds.
- He retired in April 2019 on medical grounds.
- At this time he also resigned from the Home Guard on medical grounds.
- Yet, he dispatched civil and military officers accompanied by a sophist on a new embassy to the Sasanid court, advising Shapur II of the necessity of more reasonable grounds for peace.
- The OFT said they did not "have reasonable grounds to suspect that Charles Saatchi is in a dominant position in any relevant market", which Thomson said was "just another cruel smack in the face" for Saatchi.
- “"The commission finds there are reasonable grounds to believe that armed group members in Afrin committed the war crimes of hostage-taking, cruel treatment, torture, and pillage",” the United Nations report said.
- The governor lived in a wooden house in the castle grounds.
- The old Japanese-style pre-Brunton lighthouse from Shirasu is in the castle grounds.
- International artists perform large outdoor concerts on the castle grounds in the lakeside park.
- There are a number of sports grounds including the Corben Oval, W.T.
- It is currently the site of a hospital, police station, and sports grounds.
- The disaster spurred the UK government to look into safety at sports grounds.
- Taylor retired from the Bench in 2006 on health grounds.
- As a result, Tyrer applied for early retirement on "health grounds".
- He was promoted to captain before leaving the Army on health grounds.
- The following stadiums are considered home grounds for the teams in the competition.
- Sri Lanka's home grounds are Colombo Racecourse Sugathadasa Stadium and Kalutara Stadium.
- The home grounds of Eacham Junior Rugby League are the Atherton Junior Rugby League grounds.
- Bolukatta is an active sport and cricket grounds in Badiadka.
- Bolukatte is an active sport and cricket grounds in Badiyadka.
- They initially used cricket grounds before later moving on to football stadiums.
- The landscaped grounds around the Vanderbilt mausoleum were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
- The high school's landscaped grounds included playground equipment, a track, and a football field.
- Parts of the landscaped grounds of these hospitals have now been incorporated into the country park.
- The estate includes a listed house, workers houses, gardens and extensive grounds.
- Behind a high mesh enclosure, wild African animals roam about the extensive grounds.
- It is set in extensive grounds which make it very difficult to be seen by the general public.
- The decision must be made on other grounds.
- 742 (1970), "aff'd on other grounds", 445 F.2d 985 (10th Cir.
- This is not the only court case, so the film is still banned on other grounds.
- Changes to the buildings and grounds continued from the 1980s onwards.
- In 1922 Smith-hill tried unsuccessfully to auction the buildings and grounds.
- Meanwhile the Metropolitan Police searched the buildings and grounds and the lake.
- The church grounds being the only public grounds available.
- The churchyard cross usually was the only obstacle for the frequent activities on the church grounds.
- It is through the lowest level that one enters the church grounds; the gate is made of decorated cast iron.
- Throughout March and April he saw no grounds for MacDonnell's dismissal.
- In Scotland, there are no grounds which will make a civil partnership voidable.
- After being advised he had no grounds for an appeal Evans accepted the status quo.
- Fertile feeding grounds for forage fish are provided by ocean upwellings.
- It roosts on rocks near its feeding grounds just above the high tide spray.
- Their survival hinges on their finding these forage schools at their feeding grounds.
- By early November, most move southward and westward to their wintering grounds.
- Common buzzards co-occur with dozens of other raptorial birds through their breeding, resident and wintering grounds.
- The females migrate up to yearly to calving grounds in the summer, where they usually give birth to a single calf, and rejoin the males at the wintering grounds in late autumn.
- This has been mitigated by access technology, as laid down by the Green Guide at all major UK football grounds.
- The school has a sports stadium, international size cricket and football grounds, canteen, guest house and temple.
- The clubhouse is situated at the Independence Arena, Floriana, a few meters away from the Floriana FC football grounds.
- Roberts opposed the society on moral grounds and stated, "The god of the lodge is not the God of the Bible."
- She argued that capitalism should be supported on moral grounds, not just on the basis of practical benefits.
- He supports the right of pharmacists to refuse to fill prescriptions for contraceptives on religious or moral grounds.
- Both sides justified their views on political and legal grounds.
- Violating any of the conditions stipulated in this contract is legal grounds for a partner seeking divorce.
- Despite not having any legal grounds from which to fight, she and her friends launched a media campaign against the landlord.