Fin.

Fin.

abbr.
1. Finland
2. Finnish

fin.

abbreviation for
1. finance
2. financial
References in classic literature ?
Wopsle as Your Honour, solicited permission to take him by the fin.
Vu leurs caracteristiques specifiques, les pieces commemoratives ne font pas l'objet de reevaluation au prix du marche et demeurent valorisees au cours officiel de 0,6498475 dinar pour 1 gramme d'or fin.
This policy will still drastically reduce the number of shark deaths in the ocean since vessels will be able to carry significantly fewer sharks because a shark carcass takes up a lot more room than a shark fin.
In this machining, the plane plate is machined in both longitudinal and transverse direction for a constant width of 2mm and giving a depth which is equal to the height of the pin fin.
It joins a rising list of airlines comprising Singapore Airlines that have vowed to prevent carrying shark fin.
We want people to Wake up Happy," said Steve Haber, CEO of Fin.
With a scalpel, the fin spine and approximately 5 leading marginal rays were isolated from each fin.
Predorsal, pre-anal and pre-pelvic lengths are taken from the upper lip to the anterior origin of the respective fin.
This approach assumes that the temperature profiles of the two fluids used for developing the [epsilon] - NTU formulation relationship is valid in the presence of conduction through the fin.
Root: The Latin word finis, meaning "end" or "boundary," gives us the root fin.
Fins-Up LLC, a manufacturer of stands for Apple's MacBook Pro and MacBook computers, has announced the availability of FIN.
Total lateral scales were counted as a continuation of the lateral line to the base of the caudal fin.