Examples of finding in a Sentence
She published her findings in a medical journal.
The evidence supported a finding of unfair bias.
Recent Examples of finding from the Web
Scicluna and his colleague, the Rev. Jordan Bertomeu, interviewed dozens of people and recently handed the pope a 2,300-page dossier on their findings.
Rosenstein could decide whether to make the report public and send its findings to Congress.
Their findings could help China devise responses to its problems with air pollution and water scarcity.
To reach their findings, researchers examined data from 433,268 people who took part in an earlier British study that examined the risk factors for different diseases in people aged 37 to 73.
Their findings are published in the journal American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
Their findings were published this week in Science Translational Medicine.
The review process is expected to take eight weeks, the post said, at which point members will present their findings and recommendations to the U.S. space agency.
Under a 1990 law, its findings are passed to a higher-level body of administration officials who in turn make recommendations to the White House for specific raises for 44 city zones and a single figure for all areas outside those zones.
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FINDING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of finding for English Language Learners
: a legal decision
: the results of an investigation
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