Flamboyant finish | Article about flamboyant finish by The Free Dictionary
A decorative coating achieved by applying transparent colored varnish or lacquer over a polished metal substrate.
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Joe Simpson logs |a flamboyant finish
for Wasps' second try at The Stoop.
Captain John Mycek Snr also played good match snooker to comfortably dispatch Chris Howard whilst Dave Rimmer provided the B team's only win with a flamboyant finish
against Ian Dickinson.
The flamboyant finish
earned the England winger a mild rebuke from Martin Johnson, and Ashton is 28-1 to make the England boss's worst fears come true and drop the ball as he is showboating.
But Dorman's 25-yard half volley three minutes from the end put a flamboyant finish
to a good day's work.
Rooney provided a flamboyant finish
to a sweeping United couter-attack to score their second goal.
The Bears posted a challenging total thanks to a busy start and a flamboyant finish
Wednesday briefly entertained hopes of a late fightback when Whelan's piledriver beat Ingham from 25 yards with 12 minutes remaining, but Ingham made a fine save to deny Simek shortly afterwards and Wales under-21 international Jones then wrapped up a great night for the Dragons with a typically flamboyant finish
in the 84th minute.
And there was just time for the pounds 12 million winger to end the game with a flamboyant finish