- n a state or condition free from damage or decay
- n the quality of being prudent and sensible
- n the muscle tone of healthy tissue
- Destructive competition at the expense of employes is lessened, but it is left in full swing against the employer himself and the economic soundness of his enterprise.
- Wall Street has never been famous for its moderation, and now there are growing doubts about the soundness of the deals.
- By creating a safety net for the housing market, officials also are aiming to reduce the uncertainty surrounding the soundness of the country's mortgage debt.
News & Articles
- Middlesex Savings Bank promotes Robert Roamer
Robert Roamer, of Lowell, was promoted from credit analyst to credit officer at Middlesex Savings Bank His primary duties involve the analysis and rating of the safety and soundness of commercial-loan requests.
June 16, 2013 - Lowell Sun
- Hot Sire: Curlin’s first crop clearly shows his prowess as top-caliber stallion
There was a time in American Thoroughbred breeding when soundness and stamina were cherished right alongside speed and class in a prospective stallion. If a horse had aged well on the racetrack, so much the better. If he could stay 1 1/2 miles, better still.
June 13, 2013 - Daily Racing Form
- 0612 jeffery column
22Said he: The electric light "is in no way harmful to health, nor does it affect the soundness of sleep."
June 12, 2013 - Provo Daily Herald