Finney


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Fin·ney

(fin'ē),
John M.T., U.S. surgeon, 1863-1942. See: Finney operation, Finney pyloroplasty.
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And when Finney has come under fire for crossing the line, he has no qualms about flexing his political muscle to execute a vision--or to get himself out of a jam.
Finney's attorney released a statement by Finney in which she denied violating the law.
and Margaret (McGrath) Finney, three brothers, Edward, Ernest and Walter Finney and four sisters, Ruth Lavallee, Mary Moran, Bertha and Grace Finney.
Dr Hardeep Tamana, chief executive of Fyshe Horton Finney Ltd, said, 'HSBC may have closed the door on a number of their customers in an attempt to streamline their own business.
Nationwide Financial has formed a special committee to evaluate the proposal, and Nationwide Mutual says it expected the formation of the committee, Finney writes.
According to Finney the acquisition is part of its ongoing strategy to recreate the company as a trade publisher with educational content, helping it to retain a balance between trade and educational.
We will always fight the forces that attempt to deny equal rights, and we will work to protect the rule of law and judicial independence," said Finney, a partner at Gary, Williams, Parenti, Finney, Lewis, McManus, Watson & Sperando, where he is a board certified civil trial attorney and specializes in personal injury, medical malpractice, and general civil litigation.
Finney "developed in Jefferson County the bridge between the Methodists' successful Arminianism, the extemporaneous preaching of the Baptists and Methodists, and the law-oriented theology of the Presbyterians.
Finney created a blog that was a tasteless, puerile example of writing and ranting in incredibly poor taste, the sort of juvenile misbehavior that should bring loss of driving privileges or grounding.
In 1937, Finney was awarded both Guggenheim and Pulitzer fellowships.