The sacred Word is divine, but addressed to man and thus exposed to the

finiteness of human listening, attention, and receptivity.

Sorella, "Renormalization and

finiteness of topological BF theories," Nuclear Physics.

Finiteness of central configurations of five bodies in the plane.

All good things must come to an end, and when my mind drifts to the inevitable, I can only half-successfully expunge the reminders of his mortality and

finiteness. Messi broke into the Argentina and Barcelona set-ups as the typical pibe, a word that literally translates to 'kid' but in the Argentine context means much more.

Fu's attention to life's

finiteness lends splendour and joy to her poems.

"But then, I became acutely aware of the

finiteness of life," Modha told R&D Magazine.

"I'm of the opinion that 'the future of money is finite, and that the engineers who build the first interstellar and intergalactic spaceships will be immensely grateful for that

finiteness. If money was a factor, even travelling outside a home galaxy would be virtually impossible due to the extraordinary cost.

"Insubordination and its Uses." In

Finiteness: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations, edited by Irina Nikolaeva, 366-431.

The crucial ingredient in the proof of Theorem 1.3 is the

finiteness of the degree of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] over [F.sup.cyc]; and an extension of this

finiteness result for the case of simple abelian varieties will give the desired analogue of our main theorem.

"Most of them" because there is at least one problem, the

finiteness part of Hilbert's 16th problem for quadratic systems for which his presentation is flawed as we explain further below.

If that

finiteness is gone, are we still what we are?