Recent Examples of finder from the Web
In Hamilton County, nearly 140 doctors are certified, a federal doctor-finder shows.
Callanen encourages voters to make the process as easy as possible by checking the county's online precinct finder.
Bird and other companies will pay a $20 reward for missing scooters, so some chargers simply keep the scooters in their garage until they’re reported missing by riders or the bounty goes up to $20, then claim the finder’s fees.
This group also appears to have been more likely than other job finders to find work in manufacturing and construction, and no more likely to be self-employed.
Most of them bounce their way around Northeast Ohio or end up on a shelf in the finder's home.
The website has a community resource finder, online educational tools in English and Spanish, and a calendar of local classes and information sessions.
Those schools of white bass showed up on the fish finder, and Nixon turned around time and again to troll for them.
Mercy Health – Cincinnati, which has stepped up its efforts to care for patients with opioid addiction, announced Monday that its Mercy Health Foundation has invested in Crosswave Health, the technology company behind the treatment finder.
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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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