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  • 121 fin — [fɛ̃] <fr. ; zu lat. finitus, Part. Perf. von finire »beenden«> fein; erlesen; vgl. ↑à la fin …

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  • 122 Fin de Siècle — Fin de Siè|cle [fɛ̃d sjɛkl] das; <aus fr. fin de siècle »Ende des Jahrhunderts«; <nach dem gleichnamigen Titel eines Lustspiels von Jouvenot u. Micard, 1888> Bez. für die Zeit des ausgehenden 19. Jh.s, die in Gesellschaft, bildender… …

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  • 123 fin — [ fın ] noun count 1. ) a thin flat part on the body of a fish that sticks out 2. ) a part on the back of an aircraft that sticks out and helps it to move smoothly 3. ) a thin flat part on the back of a vehicle that is used for decoration 4. )… …

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  • 124 Fin de fête — Fin de fiesta    Drame politique de Leopoldo Torre Nilsson, avec Arturo Garcia Buhr (Adolfo), Lautaro Murúa (Braceras), Graciella Borges (Mariana), Leonardo Favio (Gustavino).   Scénario: Leopoldo Torre Nilsson, Ricardo Luna, Beatriz Guido, d… …

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  • 125 fin — fin, fine adj. Bon : C est la fine occase. □ adv. Complètement : Il est fin saoul …

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  • 126 fin keel — /ˈfɪn kil/ (say fin keel) noun a finlike projection extending downwards from the keel of a sailing boat, serving to prevent lateral motion and acting as additional ballast …

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  • 127 fin-footed — /fɪn ˈfʊtəd/ (say fin footuhd) adjective Ornithology 1. web footed. 2. having feet whose toes each have flaps, as the finfoots and coots …

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  • 128 fin de siècle — {{/stl 13}}{{stl 7}}[wym. fę de sjekl] {{/stl 7}}{{stl 8}}rz. mnż III, D. fin de siècleu, blm {{/stl 8}}{{stl 7}} tendencje schyłkowe w życiu społeczno obyczajowym, sztuce i literaturze występujące pod koniec wieku XIX <fr.> {{/stl 7}} …

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  • 129 fin'fish — noun A true fish, bearing fins and breathing through gills, as opposed to other aquatic animals such as shellfish • • • Main Entry: ↑fin …

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  • 130 fin-toed — finˈ toedˈ adjective Having lobate or fringed toes • • • Main Entry: ↑fin …

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  • 131 fin´ick|i|ness — fin|ick|y «FIHN uh kee», adjective. too fussy or particular; finical: »He is very finicky about the clothes he wears. ╂[variant of finical] –fin´ick|i|ness, noun …

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  • 132 fin|ick|y — «FIHN uh kee», adjective. too fussy or particular; finical: »He is very finicky about the clothes he wears. ╂[variant of finical] –fin´ick|i|ness, noun …

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  • 133 fin|let — «FIHN liht», noun. a small fin …

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  • 134 Fin|nish — «FIHN ihsh», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. of or having to do with Finland, its people, or their language. 2. Finnic (def. 2). –n. 1. pl. in use. the people of Finland. 2. the Finno Ugric language of Finland. Abbr: Fin …

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  • 135 fin|noc — fin|nock or fin|noc «FIHN uhk», noun. a sea trout, especially a white variety of the north and west of Scotland. ╂[< Gaelic fionnag < fionn white] …

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  • 136 fin|nock — or fin|noc «FIHN uhk», noun. a sea trout, especially a white variety of the north and west of Scotland. ╂[< Gaelic fionnag < fionn white] …

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  • 137 fin|ny — «FIHN ee», adjective, ni|er, ni|est. 1. a) filled with fish: »the finny deep (Oliver Goldsmith). b) of or having to do with fish. 2. having fins; …

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  • 138 Fin Donnelly — is a Canadian politician and environmental activist dedicated to raising public awareness of the rivers and watersheds of his home province of British Columbia. Donnelly has made fourteen marathon swims covering 3,200 km of BC’s rivers, lakes and …

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  • 139 Fin — (franz., spr. fäng), Ende; Ziel …

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  • 140 Fin de siecle — (franz., spr. fäng dö ßjǟkl , »Jahrhundertsende«), in den 1890er Jahren auch in Deutschland eingedrungener Pariser Modeausdruck, womit alles Überlebte, Verrottete, an der Wende des Jahrhunderts dem Untergang Verfallene der abendländischen… …

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