fireman


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  • noun

Synonyms for fireman

play in which children pretend to put out a fire

Related Words

a laborer who tends fires (as on a coal-fired train or steamship)

a pitcher who does not start the game

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In 2007, Fireman sold the club to its members in an equity membership agreement.
Andrew Torrance, CEO of Fireman s Fund Insurance Company, added: This move gives our commercial P&C business greater direction and focus.
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WHY IT MATTERS: Paul Fireman and Dan Fireman, on behalf of the Fireman Charitable Foundation and Fireman Capital Partners, are co-chairing this fund-raiser for Phoenix House, one of the nation's leading non-profit drug and alcohol addiction, prevention, and treatment organizations, serving close to 7,500 men, women (including women with children), and teens each day at more than 152 drug and alcohol treatment and prevention programs in 10 states -- California, Connecticut, Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Texas, and Vermont.
Nurses work a lot harder than the average fireman - for less pay.
Stern said it was warranted, in part because of the elaborate lengths to which Fireman had gone to keep his scheme from being traced, steps that included wiring from Hong Kong the money that was to be distributed in cash to participating employees.