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Collins and Finney are doing what they can with the funds available to them.
Looking back, Finney says, it’s a miracle that Rothermel’s equations work for wildfires at all.
The future Finney is working toward is one where people can compare various models and decide which will work best for a given situation.
To Finney and other fire scientists, the danger with products like Wildfire Analyst is not necessarily that they’re inaccurate.
Finney says we don’t know if the intensity caused the strange behaviors or vice versa, or if both rose from some deeper dynamic.
Instagram photos from that day show Finney and his crew setting up under a tarp outside.
Those efforts have been led by 20-year-old Trevor Finney of Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, also known as Trevor Austin.
On the day of the party, the host shows Finney and his crew around, and they set up.
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Plus, more 'How I Write' interviews with Antony Beevor and Jennifer Finney Boylan.Peter Watson Wants Nietzsche Back: ‘How I Write’ Interview|Noah Charney|July 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
British repulsed by maj. Finney of the Accomac militia, at Pongoteague creek.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Mr. Finney and his wifeThey sat down to sup; And they ate and they ateAnd they ate that turnip up.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
President Finney says he has often known a year to pass without an opportunity for a presidential admonition.
A jealous college, that had wanted Dr. Finney for its president, did its best to break down Oberlin.
It has been fortunate in the magnificent faith communicated to it by Dr. Finney.