Recent Examples of finder from the Web
Being able to pull out a range-finder and double-check a distance would remove that human element from the equation.
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Council rejected, however, a State Employment Relations Board fact-finder's recommendations for the police union contract, meaning a dispute remains unresolved between the city and the Ohio Patrolmen's Benevolent Association.
Community: Curators are the path finders, and without them we are lost.
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First Known Use of finder
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Definition of finder for English Language Learners
: a person who finds something that was lost
Legal Definition of finder
1 : one that finds 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)
2 : one that for a fee discovers a financial opportunity, passes it on to another, and may act as a go-between for but does not participate in subsequent negotiations between the involved parties — compare broker
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