- n. Plural form of finalist.
“During this winning streak, they have run over the Penguins and Detroit Red Wings, the Stanley Cup finalists from the last two seasons.”
“An interesting common trait with these two finalists is that neither is a complete story in and of itself, since Octavian is volume two of a lengthy novel and Hunger Games is the first volume of a trilogy.”
“The award administrator or the celebrity judge will then select ten finalists from the list of semifinalists, to be announced no later than March 15, 2011.”
“This year one of the finalists is well-known Aussie SF&F artist, Nick Stathopoulos.”
“As for extras, there are fifteen Deleted scenes (18 min.), a music video for the remake of the hit song Fame, eleven character profiles of the actors and director (17 min.), a featurette on the national finalists from the public audition for the movie (7 min.), and one on “The Dances of Fame” (7 min.).”
“To have Nancy Pelosi as one of the finalists is totally disgusting and representative of what that magazine stands for.”
“Unfortunately, I cannot pick from all of the television shows available on Hulu in this category as it has been condensed down to the finalists from the television categories we previously voted upon.”
“Fox briefly posted a pictured of the American Idol 7″ 24 finalists from the Hollywood round — with Simon Cowell masks covering their faces.”
“The only club to beat both of last year's NBA finalists is Indiana. ...”
“The oldest contestant, and one of the finalists, is Ralph Rapson, a”
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