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FIRM meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
firm bid/commitment The group said it has a firm commitment to sell two radio stations in Chicago to minority partners. firm order/offer They already have firm orders for much of the new stock. firm decision We haven't' made a firm decision as yet.
incoming EEA firm FCA Handbook.
in accordance with section 1931a of the Act Interpretation of this Part an EEA firm which is exercising, or has exercised, its right to carry on a regulated activity in the United Kingdom in accordance with Schedule 3 to the Act EEA Passport Rights.
Corbyn's' energy firm Robin Hood Energy secures emergency 9.4m loan to stay afloat This is Money.
Jeremy Corbyn's' energy supplier, Robin Hood Energy, has secured an emergency 9.4million loan to stay in business. The firm, owned by Labour-run Nottingham City Council, has to pay the sum to regulator Ofgem by Thursday to cover its renewable energy charge. Our Firm.
Lead by example with drive and ambition. Recognize that we are stewards of a great heritage and build on it for the future. Our clients expect the best from us, and we aim to surpass their expectations, starting with the quality of our people.
Clifford Chance International Law Firm Global Law Experts.
Clifford Chance advises the Siemens Group on a EUR15.2 bn bridge financing. Clifford Chance has advised the Siemens Group on a EUR15.2 bn bridge financing underwritten by JPMorgan Chase and UBS in connection with the acquisition of the US listed firm Varian Medical Systems, Inc.
Firm Definition of Firm by Merriam-Webster.
2: a partnership of two or more persons that is not recognized as a legal person distinct from the members composing it. 3: a business unit or enterprise. Other Words from firm Synonyms Antonyms More Example Sentences Learn More about firm. Keep scrolling for more. Other Words from firm. Synonyms Antonyms for firm. weak Visit the Thesaurus for More. Examples of firm in a Sentence. Adjective She has a firm grasp of the basic principles. They insist on maintaining firm control over the project. He spoke to her in a soft but firm voice. The time has come for us to take a firm stand. The children need gentle but firm handling. Noun merged with another firm to become a major player in the brokerage business. Recent Examples on the Web: Adjective Fisher Industries attorney, Mark Courtois, said Wednesday that the firm plans to send out a crew to remediate the erosion, which was detailed last week in a ProPublica/Texas Tribune investigation.
Firm Definition.
Most firms have just one location. However, a business firm consists of one or more physical establishments, in which all fall under the same ownership and use the same employer identification number EIN. When used in a title, firm" is typically associated with businesses that practice law, but the term may be used for a wide variety of businesses, including accounting, consulting, and graphic design firms.
The Firm 2009 IMDb.
22 February 2019 by samdaviesp See all my reviews. There are two major factors that separate Nick Love's' reimagining of his football hooligan film The Firm from Alan Clarke's' original 1988 television play: the first is a perspective change from the point of view of the repulsive yet compelling character Bex played in this version by Paul Anderson, who does a fair job of imitating Gary Oldman but doesn't' bring anything new to the table, to that of whiny, annoying, dry-lunch Dom who just appears to exist in every scene he's' in.
Manchester City sack firm responsible for embarrassing Champions League PR blunder Daily Mail Online.
Manchester City have sacked the media firm at the centre of an embarrassing PR blunder. Sportsmail can disclose that PHD Media Manchester were behind an advert aimed at recruiting social media influencers to boost the appeal of City's' European matches and can also reveal that the club has now terminated its relationship with the agency.
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