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Firm Definition.
Types of Firms. A firm's' business activities are typically conducted under the firm's' name, but the degree of legal protectionfor employees or ownersdepends on the type of ownership structure under which the firm was created. Some organization types, such as corporations, provide more legal protection than others. There exists the concept of the mature firm that has been firmly established. Firms can assume many different types based on their ownership structures.: A sole proprietorship or sole trader is owned by one person, who is liable for all costs and obligations, and owns all assets.
Fire Information for Resource Management System FIRMS Earthdata.
7 April 2020: VIIRS 375m active fire data from the NOAA-20 JPSS-1 satellite are available as part of the FIRMS fire email alerts. 15 January 2020: VIIRS 375m active fire data from the NOAA-20 JPSS-1 satellite has been added to FIRMS.
Firm Definition of Firm by Merriam-Webster.
Los Angeles Times, Spring" Streets revival spreads to a downtown landmark: the Trust Building, 20 Sep. 2019 Two law firms, Marchena and Graham and the former Broad Cassel law firm now known as Nelson Mullins received the bulk of the payments.
Firm definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
The Sun 2014. Try to work for a global firm or company and work abroad as it is a great experience. Times, Sunday Times 2013. After all, the staff own a quarter of the specialist financial services firm. Times, Sunday Times 2016. Much of the firm's' business was drawn from the local furniture industry.
FIRM meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
firm date/deadline I was given a firm deadline of April 30. 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.
List of hooligan firms Wikipedia.
Hooligan firms also known as football firms are groups that participate in football hooliganism or other sports-related hooliganism. In European countries such as England and Poland, firms are clearly defined, but in Latin America the situation is less clear-cut. For groups in Latin America, see barra brava and torcida organizada.

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