The environment is vulnerable, finite, and must at all costs be protected.
But Zawahiri has to know he is now High Value Target No. 1, and his shelf life is finite.
To ensure high-quality, useful contributions, all users in the system are granted a recommendation budget that is finite.
We only have a finite amount of fresh H2o and food on the planet, there is no more.
While super PACs can raise an unlimited amount of money, the amount of time available to advertise on television is finite.
The last case arises when we consider the finite values of z for which the polynomial coefficient of sn vanishes.
The moral life is from its very nature partial, fragmentary, and finite.
By the combination and repetition of a finite number of geometrical Discontinuous groups arising from geometrical operations.
This shows that the earth is finite, for an infinite body cannot be surrounded.
The intelligible in the order of the finite, is a reflection of the intelligible in the order of the infinite.
early 15c., from Latin finitus, past participle of finire "to limit, set bounds, end," from finis (see finish (v.)). Related: Finitely.