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Synonyms for firm

Synonyms for firm

unyielding to pressure or force

firmly settled or positioned

indicating or possessing determination, resolution, or persistence

not hesitating or wavering

adhering firmly and devotedly, as to a person, a cause, or a duty

in a definite and final form; not likely to change

persistently holding to something

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become taut or tauter

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make taut or tauter

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marked by firm determination or resolution

not soft or yielding to pressure

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strong and sure

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not subject to revision or change

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(of especially a person's physical features) not shaking or trembling

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not liable to fluctuate or especially to fall

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securely established

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possessing the tone and resiliency of healthy tissue

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securely fixed in place

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unwavering in devotion to friend or vow or cause

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with resolute determination

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If done properly, divestiture also allows the firm terminating the relationship to be paid for its past investment in building the relationship.
If these audit deficiencies become public knowledge, the impact on the reputation of the involved firms could cause other clients to change CPAs, including existing clients of the acquiring firm, not just those of the acquired firm.
The paper reviews recent survey data on firm staffing programs and offers practical ideas and best practices for a host of challenges and opportunities, including working with colleges, motivating staff, nurturing future leaders and building competencies in business development.
It is also straightforward to connect the behavior of a product price-maker (ppm), a firm that is assumed able to influence/determine the product price buyers are willing to pay (by varying the quantity it offers to sell), and a resource price-maker (rpm), a firm that is assumed able to influence/determine the resource price (wage) that workers are willing to accept (by varying the amount of labor it offers to hire); whereas the ppm faces a down-sloping product demand schedule, the rpm faces an up-sloping resource (labor) supply schedule, both implying the ability of the firm to alter price.
The qualifying securities firm has a rating in one of the top three investment grade rating categories from a nationally recognized statistical rating organization; or
For example, a risk manager of a large industrial firm said his company set its retention at a half-billion dollars.
It's confusing to figure out where people stand in a firm.
Last year, the accounting firm KPMG International formed a nonexclusive alliance with several American law firms to provide tax assistance.
Because of a heavy workload, John's accounting firm provided him with minimal guidance--especially the risks involved in auditing and reviewing the financial statements of a large corporation with significant accounts receivable.
Siebert's firm, a Charles Schwab-esque concern based in Manhattan, has more than 80,000 retail accounts.
Law is a crowded field," says Peter Segall, executive vice president and general manager of Dorf & Stanton/Washington, a public relations firm.
Department of Education, the study's design and conclusions were guided by a National Advisory Panel consisting of leaders from private rehabilitation firms, state vocational rehabilitation (VR) agencies, insurance firms, and prominent researchers in the fields of disability policy and rehabilitation.