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FINFinal
FINFinancial
FINFinance
FINFinland
FINFinish
FINFinancial Information
FINFinance Department (International Monetary Fund)
FINFriend in Need
FinInput Frequency
FINFédération des Industries Nautiques (French: Federation of Nautical Industries)
FINFederal Identification Number
FINFASB Interpretation Number
FINFinfishes (FAO fish species code)
FINFix It Now
FINFreedom to Innovate Network (Microsoft)
FINFleet Identification Number
FINField Information Notice
FINFactory Inspectorate Note (UK)
FINFord Interfaith Network
FINFunctional Identification Number
FINFondo Imperatrice Nuda contro la Sperimentazione Animale (Italian: Naked Empress Fund Against Animal Testing; Italy)
FINFinnair Oyj, Finland (ICAO code)
FINFisher Identification Number (Pacific region)
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Your financial affairs are all right, Tom," said Ned.
President Andrew Jackson in 1833 withdrew the federal government deposits from the Bank of the United States, leading to a major financial panic}
Since Monsieur de Mazarin's death, financial affairs occasion some little fatigue and embarrassment.
Astor, by the magnitude of his commercial and financial relations, and the vigor and scope of his self-taught mind, had elevated himself into the consideration of government and the communion and correspondence with leading statesmen, he, at an early period, communicated his schemes to President Jefferson, soliciting the countenance of government.
I want to talk to you about a great political and financial scheme, about this Argentine Canal Company, in fact.
You have made a fortune, you have built up an edifice, you are a financial, commercial power, you can travel about the world until you have found a soft spot, and lie down in it with the consciousness of having earned your rest.
He had told me at tea that these were the days of financial specialisation.
Hard men who had their knives drawn to fight for their financial lives put away the weapons and wished him God-speed, while half a dozen panic-smitten tin-pot roads perked up their heads and spoke of the wonderful things they would have done had not Cheyne buried the hatchet.
Lucien inquired with interest as to the financial condition of the former protector of their family.
She felt that even he would have been satisfied with the manner in which the whole transaction was handled, and with the financial results.
Well, sir, this was my argument: At the time of the Chartist trouble, an idea spread amongst financial circles that an attack was going to be made on the Bank of England.
Verner's history seemed to be full of smart bargains and financial flutters that left other people short of money and temper.
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