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ground in Food topic

groundground3 adjective [only before noun]  DFground coffee or nuts have been broken up into powder or very small pieces, using a special machinegrind
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groundground almondsDon't overlook ground arrangements: Airports such as Washington National, a 50p subway ride from downtown, are rare.freshly ground black coffeeMy feet find only forest vegetation, ground creepers.Two other crew were to be carried, Mr. Gillroy as wireless operator and Mr. Davies as ground engineer.They need the cash to pay off debt and also ground improvements like seating the kop next summer.In urban areas, water is removed by means of continuous pipes or drains below ground level.They have two sources of origin, above and below ground level.Season generously with freshly ground pepper and add salt to taste.Squeeze over some lemon juice and add freshly ground pepper.