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  • noun Plural form of accountancy.

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Examples

  • Intelligent, competent women are flooding the junior ranks of law firms, accountancies and medical practices," said Kay Carberry, commissioner at the EHRC."

    More than 5,400 women 'missing' from 26,000 top posts in Britain, report finds

  • "We're likely to see a much greater diversification of talent -- with the accountancies, law firms and even the regulators set to benefit," she said.

    Some Students Turn to Plan B

  • Scores of Western consultancies set shop in CEE and southeast Europe - accountancies, law firms, the odd professional.

    The Expat Experts

  • TI compiled its bribe payers index in 14 major emerging market countries by surveying 770 senior officials at major companies, chartered accountancies, chambers of commerce, banks and law firms.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The perverse result: from Big Six accountancies to office-furniture makers and bankers we are awash in high-quality look-alike/me-too products and services, just as we face the toughest continuing global economic challenges in history.

    MARKETING AESTHETICS

  • The perverse result: from Big Six accountancies to office-furniture makers and bankers we are awash in high-quality look-alike/me-too products and services, just as we face the toughest continuing global economic challenges in history.

    MARKETING AESTHETICS

  • The perverse result: from Big Six accountancies to office-furniture makers and bankers we are awash in high-quality look-alike/me-too products and services, just as we face the toughest continuing global economic challenges in history.

    MARKETING AESTHETICS

  • Messrs Winston, Crandall and Maheshri think that-in a more sensible world-banks, consultancies, accountancies and others could hire lawyers and offer a full range of services, including legal ones.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • The combined company's clients include institutional investors, money managers, insurance underwriters, investment banks, major accountancies, search firms, law firms, academic institutions, credit rating agencies, corporations and consultancies.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • But just as doctors are not immune to disease, the accountancies themselves are prey to recessionary pains, as their woe-stricken clients cut back on services or delay payments.

    CFO.com: Today in Finance

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