Finn


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Finn

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1. a native, inhabitant, or citizen of Finland
2. a speaker of a Finnic language, esp one of the original inhabitants of Russia, who were pushed northwards during the Slav migrations

Finn

2
known as Finn MacCool. (in Irish legend) chief of the Fianna, father of the heroic poet Ossian

finn

(jargon, chat)
To pull rank on somebody based on the amount of time one has spent on IRC. The term derives from the fact that IRC was originally written in Finland in 1987.
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Finn Froud and family delivering packages of toys for child cancer patients at the Hamad General Hospital.
So it was in Australia's second innings, Finn surging through the middle order to leave a sell-out crowd rapt and no doubt mystified he has been unable to compete at this level since the 2013 Ashes opener at Trent Bridge.
As a father, he makes me a very proud man, and his little brother Lucas, who has really missed his little mate, has also shown me his strength in dealing with Finn being away for five weeks.
Tracy said she was proud of Finn, of Burnop field, County Durham, who struggled with lung problems in his earlier years but was determined to lead a normal life.
Laurie Evans, dropped on nought at leg slip by Eoin Morgan in the final over of Finn's superb ten-over opening burst, then kept Trott faithful company with 41 not out in an unbroken fourth wicket stand of 92 in 33 overs.
Tracy said she was proud of Finn, of Burnopfield, County Durham, who struggled with lung problems in his earlier years but was determined to lead a normal life.
The Vatican announced Finn's resignation as head of the diocese in a brief daily news bulletin: "The Holy Father Francis has accepted the resignation from the pastoral government of the diocese of St.
In 2012, Finn was found guilty of one misdemeanor count of failure to report suspected abuse and was sentenced to two years of probation, making him the highest-ranking church official in the U.S.
Julia has enjoyed sharing Finn's time and space, and she is determined to invade both so that he can understand true closeness.
Having gone out of his way to befriend Finn in The Woolpack, Brad secretly slips something into his drink before leading the woozy lad outside and bundling him into a car.
"Have you got the groove tonight Dubai," Finn cried out before bursting into the quirky Weather With You from Crowded House's defining 1991 album Woodface, a song that showcased a flawless melody and outstanding harmonies from Finn, back-up singer Lisa Tomlins and guitarist Jesse Sheehan.
Finn accepted that there are a couple of technical issues that he needs to address.