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finned

 (fĭnd)
adj.
Having a fin, fins, or finlike parts. Often used in combination: single-finned; multifinned.
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finned

(fɪnd)
adj
(Zoology) having one or more fins or finlike parts
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Also, sharks are usually finned as a product of by-catch in tuna and swordfish long line industries (Hareide, et al., 2007).
Nu and pressure drop across the finned structure were validated with the experimental work.
The finned sharks are often thrown back into the ocean alive, where they do not die peacefully: unable to swim properly and bleeding profusely, they suffocate or die of blood loss."
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A finned shark, unable to swim or pass water across its gills, dies from suffocation or blood loss.