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jewelry-making findings

find·ing

 (fīn′dĭng)
n.
1. Something that has been found.
2.
a. A conclusion reached after examination or investigation: the finding of a grand jury; a coroner's findings.
b. A statement or document containing an authoritative decision or conclusion: a presidential finding that authorized the covert operation.
3. findings Small tools and materials used by an artisan: a jeweler's findings.

findings

(ˈfaɪndɪŋz)
pl n
(Tools) US the tools and equipment of an artisan
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.findings - a collection of tools and other articles used by an artisan to make jewelry or clothing or shoes
aggregation, collection, accumulation, assemblage - several things grouped together or considered as a whole
Translations
ugotovitev

findings

[ˈfaɪndɪŋz] npl
[report] → constatations fpl; [survey] → conclusions fpl
One of the survey's main findings was that → L'une des conclusions majeures de l'enquête était que ...
(LAW) [court] → conclusions fpl, verdict m
The committee's findings are → Les conclusions de la commission sont ...

findings

[ˈfaɪndɪŋz] npl (of report, of inquiry) → conclusioni fpl (Law) → verdetto

findings

n., pl. hallazgos, resultados de una investigación o indagación.
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Arriving at Rotterdam, I succeeded in finding the commander of the Wednesday's steamer.
As I lay in bed this morning between sleeping and waking, an idea came riding on a sunbeam into my room,--a mad, whimsical idea, but one that suits my mood; and put briefly, it is this: how is it that I, a not unpresentable young man, a man not without accomplishments or experience, should have gone all these years without finding that
Their wants being supplied, they ceased all further traffic, much to the dissatisfaction of the Crows, who became extremely urgent to continue the trade, and, finding their importunities of no avail, assumed an insolent and menacing tone.
Then, finding he was quite dead, a cold fear took possession of him.
Having travelled from land to land in this fashion without finding anything to rivet his attention, it occurred to him to take the form of an eagle, and in this shape he flew across many countries and arrived at length in a new and lovely spot, where the air seemed filled with the scent of jessamine and orange flowers with which the ground was thickly planted.
But Don Quixote was of one mind, he of the Mirrors of another, for he just then had no thought of anything but finding some village where he could plaster himself, as has been said already.
This made us not very solicitous about their menaces; but finding that they continued to hover about our habitation, and being wearied with their clamours, we thought it might be a good expedient to fright them away by firing four muskets towards them, in such a manner that they might hear the bullets hiss about two feet over their heads.
He seemed astonished too on finding her alone, and apologised for his intrusion by letting her know that he had understood all the ladies were to be within.
The widower then finding Mrs General both inconvenient and expensive, became of a sudden almost as much affected by her merits as the archdeacon had been, and circulated such praises of her surpassing worth, in all quarters where he thought an opportunity might arise of transferring the blessing to somebody else, that Mrs General was a name more honourable than ever.
Shortly afterwards, finding that he had heavier loads to carry and harder work in the brick-field, he petitioned for another change of master.
A WICKED Old Man finding himself ill sent for a Physician, who prescribed for him and went away.
The one trifling obstacle in the way was the difficulty of finding the woman.