Sources: Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
A few months later they return to their breeding grounds in the Arctic.
Students are forbidden to smoke on the school grounds.
Do you have any grounds for thinking so?
On what grounds are you arresting me?
He is seen inspecting naval recruits when he was First Lord of the Admiralty, inspecting the Brighton Police in the Royal Pavilion grounds in 1910 and riding a horse as a young man.
We gazed out the windows to take a long, admiring look at the beautiful grounds where we had shared so many memorable times and I had thrown countless tennis balls to Buddy.
They have frequently left devastation in their wake and have treated the public sector as dumping grounds for airy- fairy ideas such as “transformation ” that have been rejected by the private sector.
Notice the alacrity with which Google unleashed its lobbyists to challenge Microsoft - Yahoo on antitrust grounds.
The "DNA Dozen" want to allay fears amongst the public that information about their genes should not be widely shared on the grounds that it is private and sensitive.
Such suffocating ambiance provides fertile grounds for extremism and terrorism to rapidly flourish.