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Finn has great parents, and he recognizes that his self-worth is not contingent upon that attention.
When a dangerous virus engulfs the city and Finn is called in to work, he urges her to take the trip without him.
Diana’s sea turtles are juxtaposed with Finn’s ventilators, as the world — and maybe their future — changes rapidly.
It’s about a young surgical resident in New York, Finn, and his soon-to-be fiancee, Diana, who are preparing for an island vacation.
For example, Finn wants a robot that has learned to walk on flat ground to be able to transition, with minimal extra training, to walking on a slope or on grass or while carrying a load.
Despite the multiple warnings, Bishop Finn chose to leave Ratigan in place in the parish.
According to the National Catholic Reporter, Pendergast focused on one question: “Do you think [Finn] is fit to be a leader?”
One of our favorite episodes with Matthew Goode [who plays Finn] was when he was battling Will before he got shot.
So we would not discount that there is a future in the Alicia-Finn relationship.
Sarah Finn, who was our casting director, kept saying, “What about this guy, Chris Pratt?”‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Filmmaker James Gunn on His Glorious Space Opera and Rise to the A-List|Marlow Stern|August 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As a thunder god Finn carried a hammer with which he smote his shield; the blows were heard in Lochlann (Scandinavia).Myths of Babylonia and Assyria|Donald A. Mackenzie
Another old friend, of whom former chronicles were not silent, was at the Duchess's that night, and there came across Mrs. Finn.
When, therefore, the guests on the present occasion had all gone, the Duchess and Mrs. Finn were left together.
But Phineas Finn had been twice married, and had gone through other phases of life, such as make a man old.
Phineas Finn, who had become Secretary for Ireland, was in truth ten years his junior.