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Synonyms for company

Synonyms for company

a person or persons visiting one

a pleasant association among people

a group of people acting together in a shared activity

to be with or go with (another)

Synonyms for company

the state of being with someone

a social or business visitor

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a social gathering of guests or companions

crew of a ship including the officers

a unit of firefighters including their equipment

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be a companion to somebody

References in classic literature ?
Railroad companies offered Vail a salary that was higher and sure, if he would superintend their mail business.
Now as the rival companies keep a vigilant eye upon each other, and are anxious to discover each other's plans and movements, they generally contrive to hold their annual assemblages at no great distance apart.
With the Pacific coast from Peugeot Sound to Panama, buzzing and humming, and with San Francisco furiously about his ears, the two big steamship companies had all the appearance of winning.
Nor had Daylight himself dreamed that his raid on the steamship companies would have grown to such colossal proportions.
He had played an exciting hand and won, beating the steamship companies down into the dust and mercilessly robbing the stockholders by perfectly legal methods before he let go.
This being so, it seems most passing strange that you should talk so loudly of war and of companies when there is no quarrel between the French and us.
Many early-stage private companies carry between $1 million to $5 million in limits, with more mature companies with broader operations typically carrying $10 million or more.
Companies that allow employees to invest their 401(k) accounts in company stock face a serious risk if the stock declines precipitously.
Companies that want to be successful still care about earnings per share, but regulators now demand more for investors- responsibility and transparency.
To gain true, long-term competitive advantage-and reduce overall costs and increase efficiency -- companies need to take a more holistic approach to optimizing their supply chains.
In 1993 Dance/USA undertook a census of professional dance companies that identified over 650 serious companies and raised questions about broadening the definition of professionalism.
The rule implements provisions of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act that permit financial holding companies to make investments as part of a bona fide securities underwriting or merchant or investment banking activity.
In the last few years, the proliferation of limited liability companies (LLCs) and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) has generated a myriad of related publications, articles and other resources.
Based on an analysis of 46 companies and 1,000+ products, this report forecasts that pharmaceutical industry ethical sales will increase at a modest 4.
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