Finney


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Finney

1. Albert. born 1936, British stage and film actor
2. Tom. born 1922, English footballer: won 76 international caps as a winger
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There was something in it for Finney too; a series of tax liens against his father's estate were also released in the sale, property records show.
Kristan Finney, McGavic's partner, also was part of the settlement.
Finney and his wife, Dorothy of Princeton; a step-son, James M.
All clients who move from HSBC to Fyshe Horton Finney Ltd before the end of October 2008 will receive a 25% discount on first- year management fees.
Finney, who believed strongly that salvation came through grace alone by faith, saw "works'--the way people act in the world, including, in his case, adamant opposition to the abomination of slavery--as evidence of faith.
Once the deal is completed, Nationwide Financial common stock would no longer trade on the New York Stock Exchange, Finney writes.
Starring: Ioan Gruffudd, Romola Garai, Benedict Cumberbatch, Albert Finney, Michael Gambon, Ciaran Hinds.
Finney intends to reissue some of the out-of-print titles and keep existing ones in print.
People with money and influence got better justice than others," recalled Finney of those lasting impressions that planted a seed for his interest in the law.
Novelist and short story writer Jack Finney (1911-1995) was best known for his science fiction and thrillers, most notably The Body Snatchers (the basis for the 1956 movie Invasion of the Body Snatchers) and Time and Again.
Charles Grandison Finney opened his series of weekly Lectures on Revivals of Religion that he delivered in New York in 1835 by asserting that, employing the "laws of nature," a religious revival could be induced among a group of people with the same certainty as one might cultivate a crop of grain.
Calling Down Fire: Charles Grandison Finney and Revivalism in Jefferson County, New York, 1800-1840.