Fins
Finns Finns, n. pl.; sing. {Finn}. (Ethnol.) (a) Natives of Finland; Finlanders. (b) A branch of the Mongolian race, inhabiting Northern and Eastern Europe, including the Magyars, Bulgarians, Permians, Lapps, and Finlanders. [Written also {Fins}.] [1913 Webster]

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  • fins — ● fins nom féminin pluriel Objet d une demande, exprimé dans une requête ou dans des conclusions. ● fins (expressions) nom féminin pluriel Arriver à ses fins, réaliser ou obtenir ce qu on désirait. À toutes fins utiles, par précaution, pour… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Fins — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Fins País …   Wikipedia Español

  • fins — et limites, Regiones, Fines finium. Les fins et limites des regions et contrées, Orae. Les fins et aboutissemens des terres, Confinium. Passer les fins de sa puissance, Officium excedere …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • FINS — is a network protocol used by Omron PLCs, over different physical networks like Ethernet, Controller Link, DeviceNet and RS 232C …   Wikipedia

  • fins — Mot Monosíl·lab Adverbi …   Diccionari Català-Català

  • Fins — 50° 02′ 08″ N 3° 02′ 34″ E / 50.0355555556, 3.04277777778 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • fins — fin, fins jusque. Fins a, fins qu a : jusqu à. Fins aquí : jusque là. Fins ara : jusqu à maintenant. Fins que d un d una : jusqu au dernier à la dernière …   Diccionari Personau e Evolutiu

  • fins — A series of blades such as are found in the internal design of the torque converter. To create mechanical torque from hydraulic pressure, oil is forced under pressure through the torque converter. The inside of the converter is made up of layers… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • fins — fɪn n. organ attached to various parts of a fish s body (for steering, propulsion, etc.); something which resembles such an organ; five dollar bill (Slang) v. remove the fins from a fish; move the fins (pertaining to fish) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fins — a usually stiff, sharp, dermal rod which supports and or arms the fin; spinous ray. Lacks segments and is not laterally paired as are rays. Spine counts are given in Roman numerals, e.g. XI XIV. See also ray, spine …   Dictionary of ichthyology

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