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Firmly is an adverb. The adjective form is firm.
Une ferme is a farm. It can also mean firm as in Prix ferme !
Yes, it is an adverb. It is the adverb form of the adjective firm, and means in a firm way, or in a determined manner. E.g. The lines were firmly attached to the boat. The governor firmly refused to compromise.
while walking the irregularities in our feet and in the floor will interlock and provide us a firm grip.
Assuming we are talking about automotive radiator hoses or heater hoses, look for areas that have a ballooning effect, cracking, dry rot. Feel the hose with your fingers, it should be firm and pliable but not hard or spongy. Original equipment hoses seem to last much longer than after-market hoses.
1) Rubber will soften when heated, so yes, BUT...2) the cooling system on a car is a pressurizedenvironment - so the hoses should actually be firm due to the internal pressure.
Heat will have that effect on rubber. Like molasses, it's easier to work with when the temps get higher and the opposite when the temps get lower. If you are concerned about the hose, I would do a check on the hose when the car has had a chance to sit overnight. This is called a "cold" check and you will notice the soft spots immediately when squeezing the hose in different spots. One part of the hose will be firm and then there will be one spot the feels more like a soft and mushy blister. If so, change the hose immediately or you will be afoot or worse, the car will overheat and you take a big chance on ruining the engine permanently. Hope this helps. Cheers, Chrestmaker The cooling system should be pressurized when hot and the hoses should be firm. I suspect the radiator cap is not doing its job.
Inspect it carefully while the engine is running, look for any leaks at all. If no leaks, it's fine. It's not necessary to replace hoses at set intervals. When cool, the hose should feel firm not hard or soft. It should not have any bulges or cracks or rub through areas.
The firm would raise the price because the firm's total revenues would probably increase.
Purchasing bonds for the expansion of a software firm would be considered?
A leak of fluid somewhere. Check all lines and hoses for a leak and fix until the pedal is firm and does not loose pressure
Exact specifications would depend and the firm itself and the position applied for. Generally an IT consulting firm would require some IT experience as well as a certain amount of management experience.
Not sure what you mean by"firm" . A peach can be firm or a person can make a statement about something and not change his/her thinking can be firm. I also don't understand why you would want to change a person from being firm.
Would you continue to work for a company if you disagreed with the firm's mission statement
Yes, a large firm's resources would differ from those of a small firm in a developing country.
Investors and financial analysts wanting to evaluate the operating efficiency of a firm's managers would probably look primarily at the firm's Asset Utilization Ratios.