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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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Top-notch training to prepare for the CPA exam--traditionally a big-firm advantage--doesn't have to be out of reach for small firms.
This form of partnership benefits both entities, as the non-profit out-sources the materials recovery operation to the for-profit firm, and the non-profit firms are a guaranteed market for the recovered materials.
In litigation, plaintiffs may attempt to exploit the relationship among the member firms by suing not just the member that provided the services.
Combining the Pareto Principle with the concept of strategic alliances, CPA firms can create value and build strong relationships with colleagues as a foundation for future cooperation and, possibly, for succession planning.
As a result of these risks, purchasing firms often will carefully examine client files to minimize their exposure.
So I'm happy to report that, to assist firms in this effort, PCPS has published a free white paper titled Best Practices in Recruiting and Retaining Talented Staff.
Companies with paid-in capital of [yen] 10 million to [yen] l00 million employ 52 percent of the workforce, while another 21 percent work at very small firms with paid-in capital of less than [yen] 10 million, according to the FY2004 Annual Report of Statistics on Incorporated Enterprises (SIE).
Certain collateralized claims on qualifying securities firms in the United States or other member of the OECD-based group of countries, without regard to satisfaction of the rating standard, provided that the claim arises under a contract that:
Besides working capital, which is needed to purchase assets and fund operations, firms need risk capital to absorb potential fluctuations in earnings and cash flow.
And you really can't ask them--a lot of these firms conduct sensitivity training now," said Miller, suggesting that political correctness as one culprit.
Though his protectionism on behalf of small firms may be nakedly self-serving, at least it shows that MDP critics worry about preserving the status quo more than serving their clients.
Accounting firms can reduce the possibility of committing malpractice by adhering to the following guidelines:
But black-owned firms, smaller and less diverse, were especially hard hit.
Many law firms develop customized seminars and workshops to demonstrate their expertise and provide prospective clients with the latest information on critical issues.