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to ground

1. Into a den or burrow: a fox going to ground.
2. Into hiding.
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Ground "C" at the PC workstation is a readily apparent connection to ground due to the use of three-wire power cords.
This wire cage serves to ground the bath if metal penetrates through the crucible.
Realizing that individuals and professionals might begin resorting to such questionable practices, EPRI convened a workshop at Michigan State University in East Lansing last November to begin discussing what might be done to safely and legally reduce magnetic fields attributable to ground currents.
One call placed to Ground Control sends the emergency package directly from the warehouse to the hospital.
The survey has identified nine conductive trends which will now be subject to ground geophysical follow-up to select and accurately locate targets for diamond drilling.
Also, check the power supply TM or manufacturer to make sure that the power supply is installed properly and that tying the secondary to ground is okay.