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finis

the end; finish: used at the end of books, films, etc.
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La baisse des importations a ete constatee au niveau de la majorite des produits, principalement des produits energetiques (-16,2 pc), des produits bruts (-21,2 pc) et des produits finis de consommation (-5,7 pc).
finis led to finance because people used to write finis on expired or completed contracts.
jouer l'inspecteur des travaux finis lorsqu'il s'agit de suivre l'avancee du chantier de sa nouvelle demeure.
Spectators got true American entertainment thanks to Sugaray Rayford, veteran vocalist Finis Tasby, outstanding guitarists Kid Ramos and Kirk Fletcher, to name a sample of the talent that trod the boards.
Trout's practical schooling in blues started when he arrived in Los Angeles in 1973 and secured gigs with famous names including Big Mama Thornton, Finis Tasby, Pee Wee Crayton, Lowell Fulsom, Percy Mayfield and Joe Tex.
IT'S going to be an uphill struggle for fans of Romanian side Finis after local officials voted to build them a new pitch - on the side of a mountain.
CHELSEA defender Alex says he wants to finis h his career at Stamford Bridge.
The book was first published in French by Hermes Science/Lavoisier under the title, Electromagnetisme et elementis finis, Vol.
IHAV E just finis hed making my bun loaves using my grandma's recipe.
I see Aidan O'Brien had seven runners in Friday's Group 3 at Cork - lowest price 8 - 1, best finis her fifth.
Yoplait Dairy Crest saw sales of its Frubes fromage finis pouches soar 33% to 32m [pounds sterling] after it made it clear to mums that if they put them in their kids' lunchboxes frozen they'd have thawed out by lunchtime.
In this first question Thomas writes that a human or moral act "is ordained to one proximate end (the finis proximus), from which it has its [moral] species" or kind (ad 3).