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- v. Present participle of finish.
- n. the act of completing something
- n. shooting ability
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Tending to complete or to render fit for the market or for use.
- n. The act or process of completing or perfecting; the final work upon or ornamentation of a thing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a decorative texture or appearance of a surface (or the substance that gives it that appearance)
- n. the act of finishing
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A third deputy, Muliaman Hadad, has his term finishing in coming months.
What I will say in finishing is that if you loved the high octane fight scenes with slow-motion effects thrown in of Transformers 1 then prepare yourself for a visual feast and go and see this movie.
And I think commenting on a book you had no interest in finishing is entirely legit: that's a damning commentary on the book, that you didn't care enough to finish ... and that's important to know.
I went to work in what they called the finishing room over here.
His finishing is deadly and the sky is the limit for him.
I told him I needed help in finishing the tracking job.
Biffle, a close friend of McMurray's, was disappointed in finishing third because he was the leader when the caution came out after the first green-white-checkered attempt.
But maybe he would be interested in finishing his career in New Jersey.
He had seen them all finished, and he had had a hand in finishing some of them.
The Hargrave staff had Rankin finishing with nine assists, but according to the statistics I kept, he only had five.