Definitions for "Grounds"
The legal basis for a divorce. Most New Hampshire divorces are no-fault (irreconcilable differences), but adultery, cruelty, and other fault grounds are available.
a justification for something existing or happening; "he had no cause to complain"; "they had good reason to rejoice"
A basis for the granting of a divorce. That is, before a court will grant you a divorce, you have to show that at least one of the grounds listed in the statute exists. Actually, grounds is in a sense an out-dated concept and disputes over grounds are relatively rare. However, proof of at least one of the grounds is still required by law. In Illinois the grounds for divorce include: impotence by the husband; bigamy; adultery; desertion for a period of one year or more; habitual drunkenness for a period of at least two years; drug addiction for at least two years; attempt on your life by poison or other means showing malice; extreme and repeated mental cruelty; conviction of a felony or other infamous crime; infection of sexually transmitted disease; irreconcilable differences which is also known as a "no-fault" divorce.
Keywords:  plaster, nail, lath, skirting, furring
Strips of wood fixed to a wall to provide nail-fixing points for skirting boards, door casings etc. (See also Pallets).
Narrow strips of wood used as guides around openings to regulate the thickness of lath and plaster wall systems.
Guides used around openings and at the floorline to strike off plaster. They can consist of narrow strips of wood or of wide sub-jambs at interior doorways. They provide a level plaster line for installation of casing and other trim.
hard and soft, are acid-resistant waxy or varnish preparations that are applied to copperplates as part of the etching process. The design is worked through the ground to expose the copperplate beneath. With a hard ground, an etching needle is usually used. With a soft ground, which never hardens completely but remains sticky, a variety of tools can be used to create designs on the prepared plate. The entire plate, still covered by the ground, is then dipped into an acid bath, which corrodes the exposed areas of the plate. The ground is removed before the plate is inked and printed.
your basis for belief or disbelief; knowledge on which to base belief; "the evidence that smoking causes lung cancer is very compelling"
Keywords:  burial, yard, recreation, tract, land
the enclosed land around a house or other building; "it was a small house with almost no yard"
a tract of land cleared for some special purposes (recreation or burial etc.)
Keywords:  sediment, settled, bottom, liquid
sediment that has settled at the bottom of a liquid
A molding with a profile cut on one edge used as a foundation for molding assemblies.
Keywords:  relied, bring, court, action, law
The particular law relied on to bring an action in court.