The Lakers went on to the NBA finals, where they swept the New Jersey Nets, while the Kings went on Leno.
So we hatched a plan to meet after the finals in Pamplona, Spain, for the running of the bulls.
Mazor performs "Rak Bishvilo", which she'll also sing at the Eurovision finals in Sweden next month.
Adderall—and, broadly, study drugs and the mystique surrounding them—is at its annual high-water mark this finals season.
And then he was on TV in the finals, just as he had hoped since his preschool years.
I would prefer to think it is just finals cause me to feel miserable but it is not.
My initials form a country in Europe, and my finals one of its lakes.
Answer—Primals form the first name and finals the second name of a celebrated Scottish patriot.
There was two, though, that came through to the finals, as you might say.
Of course in the finals the best men from each college would participate.
short for final exams, by 1890.
early 14c., from Old French final and directly from Latin finalis "of or pertaining to an end, concluding, final," from finis "end" (see finish). As a noun, late 14c., "that which comes last;" meaning "final contest" in a sporting sense is from 1880. As a shortening of final examination, from 1880.