Recent Examples of finder from the Web
Use your depth finder to locate fish in anywhere from 15-to-40 feet of water.
Finders can take a picture of the rock and post it on the 860 Rocks!
An online, interactive plant finder, which lists more than 1,000 plants suitable for San Diego County, is also available at watersmartsd.org/content/plant-finder-san-diego-county.
Last month, Hibbett launched its eCommerce site, featuring product launch calendars, a store availability finder, and fit-finding technology.
Bolstered by Facebook pages that invite rock finders to post about their discovery and then pay the kindness forward, local rock painters are finding not only their inner artist but the joy that comes with making connections across the community.
To find treatment near you, ask your physician for a referral or visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's treatment finder at findtreatment.samhsa.gov.
Liquidation sales will start as early as tomorrow, and your best bet is to use a store finder online to locate your closest store, according to a release from Sears Holdings.
The neighbors used a golfing range finder to determine how far the walk would be from Homestead High School to the first house on the street.
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First Known Use of finder
FINDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of finder for English Language Learners
: a person who finds something that was lost
legal Definition of finder
- the finder of lost property has a right to it as against the world, except against the true owner
- —McDonald v. Railway Express Agency, 81 S.E.2d 525 (1954)
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