Just behind the head are two powerful oval fins, beneath which, in the female, are the breasts.
"The Western World" by W.H.G. Kingston
Her side-fins inclined upwards, and, like a flash, she leapt from the water, and began to circle round the room.
"The World Peril of 1910" by George Griffith
He looked again with a shudder, for he recognised the fin of a shark.
"The Three Midshipmen" by W.H.G. Kingston
I ain't been tryin' to fin' no man.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves, Arkansas Narratives, Part 4" by Work Projects Administration
A shoal of small fish, with ashy-green backs and bright orange bellies and fins, was seen below.
"Popular Adventure Tales" by Mayne Reid
They caught sight of the master's silver and vermilion sides, his softly waving, gay-coloured fins.
"The Watchers of the Trails" by Charles G. D. Roberts
With high-arched fins, beginning at neck and throat, body compressed as in a racing yacht, there could be no bottom life for Guinevere.
"Edge of the Jungle" by William Beebe
Somethin' seemed pullin' an' haulin' at me, an' fin'ly I gin in.
"The Christmas Story from David Harum" by Edward Noyes Westcott
I lay I kin fin' him!
"Frank of Freedom Hill" by Samuel A. Derieux
The vertical median fin terminating the tail of fishes.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
The fins and tail must not, however, be allowed to dry until the fish is finished.
"Practical Taxidermy" by Montagu Browne
Movements of the fish and the part that the various fins play in these movements.
"Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Nature Study" by Ontario Ministry of Education
He wrestled with fins and tails.
"Lady Luck" by Hugh Wiley
I'm gwine ter fin' who's in dat house, en I ain't gwine in dar nudder.
"The Book of Stories for the Storyteller" by Fanny E. Coe
Not with its fins to any extent.
"The Renewal of Life; How and When to Tell the Story to the Young" by Margaret Warner Morley
He keep on gwine twel he fin' de big gully, yit he aint fin' no spring.
"Nights With Uncle Remus" by Joel Chandler Harris
Before each of the two fins on its back projected a sharp horn.
"Jim Spurling, Fisherman" by Albert Walter Tolman
Cut off base of fins, when encountered, with scissors or bone snips.
"Taxidermy" by Leon Luther Pray
But gnarbles never swum that high, their fins were much too small, Their tails were thin and floppy, which didn't help at all.
"FreeChildrenStories.com Collection" by Daniel Errico
Fin'ly, however, she's dressed to thrill and we blowed in.
"Alex the Great" by H. C. Witwer
The flashing sunset, as he sank,
Made every scale a gem;
And, turning with a graceful bow,
He kissed his fin to them.
"Of The Dangers Attending Altruism On The High Seas." by Gilbert Keith Chesterton
iPero fue lo peor de aquella historia
Que al fin de la jornada,
A ella tocaron lagrimas y risas,
Y a mi solo las lagrimas!
"Rimas XXXI" by Gustavo Adolfo Becquer
Whiter than snow, the surf rides in.
In the tamarind trees the songs begin.
Out in the tumble of blue upstarts
A flashing fin.
"Christmas in Alurio" by Theodore Goodridge Roberts
"An't please your grace," said Bold Arthur,
"My liege, I'll gang you wi,
An try to fin a little foot-page,
That's strayd awa frae me."
"Rose The Red And White Lily" by Andrew Lang
But, O! take proper care to wear
Thy gorgeous jewels on thy breast,
That thou before him may'st appear
In all thy bridal fin'ry drest.
"A Comfortable Conference Between A Pious Sick Man And His Soul, Against The Fear Of Death" by Rees Prichard
We fish, we fish, we merrily swim,
We care not for friend nor for foe.
Our fins are stout,
Our tails are out,
As through the seas we go.
"We Fish" by Herman Melville
533 Rookwood Place Neighborhood: Ednam Forest Asking: $699,000 Assessment: $936,000 Year Built: 1985 Size: 4,200 fin.
East 37th & Flatlands: 4 Br 3 baths, fin bsmnt with Prvt entrance totally renovated.
Fin whale spotted off coast of Dana Point.
A fin whale was spotted off the coast of Dana Point near the Ritz Carlton, lunging and feeding during a trip of Captain Dave's Dolphin and Whale Safari on Dec 1st.
Fin whale seen Dec 1st, during Captain Dave's Dolphin and Whale Safari in Dana Point, CA.
Shark-fin ban must be upheld.
Blanche de Chambly, Maudite and Fin du Monde are the brewery's best-known beers .
John Talabot's 'Fin' -- and personal look -- aren't really scary.
Europe moves closer to blanket ban on shark finning.
The annual event usually draws a crowd of animal lovers who come to spread holiday cheer by having their beloved furry, finned or feathered pets blessed by New York City Senior Minister Stephen Bauman and Senior Rabbi Peter J Rubenstein.
Students hold mascot Shull Shark's fins as they complete laps at the Shull Elementary School walkathon fundraiser in San Dimas on Oct 19, 2012.
6, 2012: People look at a dead young male fin whale that washed up Monday between the Paradise Cove and Point Dume areas of Malibu, Calif AP.
Fin whales are endangered, and about 2,300 live along the West Coast.
5859 McComb Street Neighborhood: Crozet Asking: $169,000 Assessment: $127,600 Year Built: 1920 Size: 884 fin.
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It is proved that there exists an (ω1, ω1 ) Souslin gap in the Boolean algebra (L0 (ν ) /Fin, ⊆∗ ae ) for every nonseparable measure ν .
For example, if (A, B ) is an (ω1, ω1 ) gap in P (N) / Fin and Q is a poset which collapses ℵ1, then by Hadamard’s theorem, which generalizes to any limit ordinal of countable coﬁnality, forcing with Q must introduce an element of P (N) / Fin which interpolates (A, B ) and thus renders it a non-gap.
The statement “all (ω1, ω1 ) gaps in P (N) / Fin are indestructible” is in fact a Ramsey theoretic statement which is closely analogous to Souslin’s Hypothesis.
When working with pregaps in P (N) / Fin one often works with representatives (i.e. subsets of N) of the equivalence classes.
Souslin’s Hypothesis is consistent with the existence of a Souslin (ω1, ω1 ) gap in P (N) / Fin.
Then some condition in R+ forces that there exists a Souslin (ω1, ω1 ) gap in P (N) / Fin.
There exists a Souslin (ω1, ω1 ) gap in P (N) / Fin.
Using Woodin’s Theorem (Theorem 1.3), it is routine to obtain a Π1 formula ϕ(x, y, a) so that ϕ(x, y, ω1 ) holds iff (x, y ) forms a Souslin (ω1, ω1 ) gap in P (N) / Fin.
Broadening our scope to include arbitrary pregaps in P (N)/Fin, Theorem 1.3 is no longer true.
Gaps in (L0 (ν ) / Fin, ⊆∗ae ) Let (R, µ) be the measure algebra of some σ-ﬁnite measure space (X, Σ, ν ).
In considering R-names for gaps in P (N) / Fin, we are led to consider gaps in another Boolean algebra.
R(θ) -name for a pregap in (P (N) / Fin, ⊆∗).
And a pregap in L0 (µ(θ) ) / Fin is a gap iff when viewed as an R(θ) -name for a pregap it is a gap in P (N) / Fin with positive probability.
Let us note that gaps in L0 (ν ) / Fin are a generalization of gaps in P (N) / Fin, because if (X, Σ, ν ) is a trivial measure space with one element of measure one, then (L0 (ν ) / Fin, ⊆∗ ae ) and (P (N) / Fin, ⊆∗ ) are isomorphic.
Finally, we notice that the existence of an (ω1, ω1 ) gap in L0(ν ) / Fin for any σ-ﬁnite measure ν, follows from Hausdorff ’s Theorem on the existence of these gaps in P (N) / Fin applied in the appropriate random forcing extension.