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  • n. Plural form of finishing.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Aunt Blin's "finishings," at the thread-store where Dot tended.

    The Other Girls

  • Keeping with the motto, the finishings of the development were, as often as possible, sourced in Brooklyn, as opposed to, say, Italy.

    Project Puts Brooklyn First

  • HongKongHomes The current owner, who bought the home in 2008 and has been renting it out, decorated the home with multiple leather finishings, Ms. Young said.

    A Three-Bedroom for $4 Million

  • FSC-certified woods and formaldehyde-free finishings make for a green and non-toxic interior.

    Sustain Design Studio Builds Affordable TRIO Prefab | Inhabitat

  • I was staggered trying to work out the sheer cost of producing these things, the corporate branding (to the force, not some Home Office promo material), the graffiti proof finishings, the cost of getting someone to put them up.

    Policing Pledge Response Times – The Ugly Truth! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • In addition, some delicate materials, linings, finishings or trims won't withstand the wash.

    The New Dirt on Dry Cleaners

  • A sewing woman came for a week and made dresses for us all, the day nursery was full of materials and some of us doing the finishings off.


  • According to the suit, in an "invasion" of the home, the contractor stopped utility services, cut water lines and electrical wiring, damaged flooring and finishings, poured antifreeze into sinks and toilets, and "stole" the parrot.

    Bank Sorry for Taking Parrot

  • Impact Marketing Owner Jon Frank, a real estate investor, says he chose high-end materials in finishings.

    Malibu on a Bluff

  • The bed has an upholstered headboard and base, which are covered in leather, and metal finishings in either burnished brass or nickeled iron.

    The DC Bed from Ceccotti Collezioni


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