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  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Finny Abounding in fishes. "With patient angle trolls the finny deep."
    • Finny (Zoöl) Having, or abounding in, fins, as fishes; pertaining to fishes.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • finny Having fins; finned: as, finny fish.
    • finny Fishy; fish-like; of the nature of fish: as, the finny tribes.
    • finny Containing fish: as, the finny deep.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Finny furnished with fins
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. finn; L. pinna, a fin.


In literature:

COMPARETTI, D. Il Kalevala, o la poesia tradizionale del Finni (Rome, 1891).
"Introduction to the History of Religions" by Crawford Howell Toy
A whale is not a fish; it differs materially from the finny tribe, and can as surely be drowned as can a man.
"Foot-prints of Travel" by Maturin M. Ballou
A whale differs also in many other respects from the finny tribe proper.
"Due West" by Maturin Murray Ballou
Gamekeepers, too, are up in arms against him, because of his inordinate love of preying on the finny tribe.
"Birds Illustrated by Color Photography, Vol. II., No. 5, November 1897" by Various
Indeed, they are quite the aristocracy of the finny tribe.
"Happy Days for Boys and Girls" by Various
On this understanding the finny monarch was given his liberty, and fulfilled his promise to the letter.
"Legends & Romances of Brittany" by Lewis Spence
I then saw that it was covered with long fur, had short legs in front, and a kind of finny organ behind.
"Sporting Scenes amongst the Kaffirs of South Africa" by Alfred W. Drayson
It grumbled and muttered for a while on its finny tripod, then was silent; soon the heat vanished also.
"Elegy" by Charles Beaumont
Because it's a-finny-tie (affinity).
"The Handbook of Conundrums" by Edith B. Ordway
But I'm sure I don't know what I am to say to Finny about you.
"The Youngest Girl in the School" by Evelyn Sharp
Gulls and terns circled about them, or hovered over the water, ready to swoop down upon their finny prey.
"Into the Primitive" by Robert Ames Bennet
It's not finnied yet.
"A Christmas Child" by Mrs. Molesworth
An hour later there was a more significant landfall than the fate of these finny trophies.
"The Storm Centre" by Charles Egbert Craddock
An unfortunate gormand seized it, and was soon placed with the other finny captives.
"The Cave by the Beech Fork" by Henry S. Spalding
It was a little curious to watch these finny fellows as they eyed my worm.
"The Puddleford Papers," by H. H. Riley
A diligent search under stones brought out a few handfuls of tiny finny creatures.
"My Attainment of the Pole" by Frederick A. Cook
In the fish market one sees some very original characters among the negro women who preside over the finny tribe.
"Equatorial America" by Maturin M. Ballou
All the while he sat there, employing every device he knew of to tempt the finny denizens of the depths to bite, he kept one eye to windward.
"Motor Boat Boys on the Great Lakes" by Louis Arundel
Kaufmann was affable, genial, and talked of the finny spoils of his native lakes.
"Anthony Trent, Master Criminal" by Wyndham Martyn
In the water many varieties of finny shapes were darting to and fro in great excitement.
"The Pillar of Light" by Louis Tracy

In poetry:

For I saw that finny goblin
Hidden in the abyss untrod;
And I knew there can be laughter
On the secret face of God.
"The Fish" by Gilbert Keith Chesterton
The finny tribes, of varied kinds,
Ran swiftly to and fro,
And with most swift and graceful dart,
The speckl'd trout did go.
"Catching Speckled Trout" by Thomas Frederick Young
The finny treasures now are scarce,
In river, creek or rill,
For poison'd are they by the dust,
That comes from lumber mill.
"Catching Speckled Trout" by Thomas Frederick Young
A willow spray dipped in the stream,
Moving a gleam of silver ringing,
And by a finny creek a maid
Filled all the shade with softest singing.
"The Lanawn Shee" by Francis Ledwidge
The fisher, who the lonely beech has stray'd,
And all the live-long night his net-work spread,
Drags in, and bears the loaded snare away;
Where flounce, deceiv'd, th' expiring finny prey.
"The Wanderer: A Vision: Canto IV" by Richard Savage

In news:

The 285 Conquest is perfect for cruising, overnighting or chasing finny creatures.
Finny festival in Waynesboro.
There will be no tickets sold at Baldwin Wallace University's George Finnie stadium that night or elsewhere.
The 7 pm game will be at Baldwin Wallace University's George Finnie Stadium.
Have piano, will travel: 'Crazy For You' musical director Bob Finnie.
Bob Finnie is musical director and conductor of Aspen Community Theatre's production of "Crazy For You.".
John Finnis on the Pope on Natural Law .
John Finnis has answered a series of questions from the Italian magazine on the Pope's recent speech before the Reichstag.
Finnie works now as operations manager at Ocean Woodworks, 398 Shasta Ave in Sand City.
According to the AP story, Coral Gables police said Finnie was involved in the theft of a laptop from a campus dorm room.
Rebecca Finnie, a fourthgrader, said her favorite part of the program was watching the astronauts float in the space station.
Miami CB Thomas Finnie arrested on burglary, theft charges.
Finnie, 21, turned himself into university police Tuesday before being taken to Dade County Jail.
Bond was set at $17,500 and Finnie remained in jail Tuesday evening.
Sophomore cornerback Thomas Finnie, arrested Tuesday and charged with theft, was suspended indefinitely from the University of Miami football team, the Miami Herald reported.

In science:

We develop and validate an interatomic potential for ruthenium based on the embedded atom method framework with the Finnis/Sinclair representation.
Asperity contacts at the nanoscale: comparison of Ru and Au
Igarashi et al. 22 developed two different EAM (Finnis-Sinclair) potentials for Ru.
Asperity contacts at the nanoscale: comparison of Ru and Au
This is a simplified presentation of an approach which has many names (e.g., effective-medium theory, embeddedatom method, Finnis-Sinclair potentials, glue model) and which we all call bond-cutting models.
Theory of Adsorption on Metal Substrates
For a deeper discussion of this problem we refer to Scheffler and Bradshaw (1983), Finnis et al. (1995), and references therein.
Theory of Adsorption on Metal Substrates
It is based on the Finnis-Sinclair second moment tight binding approach, but incorporates two independent bands on each atom.
Two-band second moment model and an interatomic potential for caesium
The enormous success of Finnis-Sinclair (and embedded atom-type) potentials arises from their extreme computational efficiency: essentially they are no more computationally expensive than a conventional pair potential.
Two-band second moment model and an interatomic potential for caesium
The Finnis Sinclair formalism has been successfully used to study a large variety of systems.
Two-band second moment model and an interatomic potential for caesium
In addition to the bonding term, the Finnis-Sinclair form includes a pairwise repulsion between the ions, which is due primarily to the screened ionic charge and orthogonalisation of the valence electrons.
Two-band second moment model and an interatomic potential for caesium