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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.
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Firm definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary.
They are about getting into arguments in languages you can't' speak with car rental firms. Times, Sunday Times 2015. It is also wider than it is tall, which gives it a classic Japanese feel and makes it a firm favourite.
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Firm Definition of Firm by Merriam-Webster.
Post the Definition of firm to Facebook Share the Definition of firm on Twitter Time Traveler for firm. The first known use of firm was in the 14th century. See more words from the same century. Dictionary Entries Near firm.
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FIRM meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
We don't' want to go back to the highly organized football hooligan firms" of the 1980s. There are football firms all over Europe, from Belgium to Ukraine. Football firms often have firm" within their name, for example" West Ham ICF" the Inter" City Firm.
Firm Definition.
When used in a title, firm" is typically associated with businesses that provide professional law and accounting services, but the term may be used for a wide variety of businesses, including finance, consulting, marketing, and graphic design firms, among others.
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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