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FINFinal
FINFinancial
FINFinance
FINFinland
FINFinish
FINFinancial Information
FINFinance Department (International Monetary Fund)
FINFederazione Italiana Nuoto (Italian: Italian Swimming Federation)
FINFingerprint Identification Number
FINFriend in Need
FINInput Frequency
FINFacility Identification Number
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)
References in classic literature ?
He has a peculiar way of showing his dorsal hooked fin in swimming, which looks something like a Roman nose.
He has no fins on his back (most other porpoises have), he has a lovely tail, and sentimental Indian eyes of a hazel hue.
"He t'inks he kin scrap, but he'll fin' out diff'ent."
Thus we find in South America three birds which use thei wings for other purposes besides flight; the penguins as fins the steamer as paddles, and the ostrich as sails: and th Apteryz of New Zealand, as well as its gigantic extinct prototype the Deinornis, possess only rudimentary representatives of wings.
Nothing more until the moment when, like lightning, I saw the undaunted Captain hanging on to one of the creature's fins, struggling, as it were, hand to hand with the monster, and dealing successive blows at his enemy, yet still unable to give a decisive one.
By the black marking of the extremity of its fins, I recognised the terrible melanopteron of the Indian Seas, of the species of shark so properly called.
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CELEBRITY chef Gordon Ramsay has urged America to put a complete stop to the trade in shark fins.
Shark finning involves cutting off the valuable fin while the shark is alive, and discarding the rest of the body.
The clinical symptoms included fin ulceration, abdominal redness, splenomegaly, hepatohemia and renomegaly (Fig.