Finer is a surname, and may refer to:
- Hagar Finer, Israeli boxer
- Herman Finer (1898–1969), British administrative-scholar
- Jem Finer musician/composer
- Sir Morris Finer, lawyer
- Samuel Finer (1915–93), historian of government
- Sarah Dawn Finer, singer, songwriter, and actress
- Stephen Finer, artist
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... For example, 80s must have maximum fiber diameter of 19.75 micrometres or finer and 90s, 19.25 micrometres or finer ... This scale continues to the 210s at 13.25 micrometre or finer ... It has been proposed to extend the scale to 250s at 11.25 micrometre or finer ...
... Herman Finer (February 24, 1898, Bessarabia, Imperial Russia - March 4, 1969, Chicago) was a Bessarabian-born British political scientist and Fabian socialist ... He was a brother of Samuel Finer ...
... The process is largely one of mechanical erosion in which the particles are ground to finer and finer size over time ... with "lunar regolith" but typically refers to only the finer fraction of regolith, that which is composed of grains one cm in diameter or less ... Lunar dust generally connotes even finer materials than lunar soil ...
... McNally) - 320 "When the Ship Comes In" (Bob Dylan) - 314 "Anniversary" (Jem Finer) - 406 "Amadie" (Andrew Ranken) - 153 "Love You 'Till the End" (Hunt) - 432 "Bright Lights" (Finer) - 237 "O ...
... Samuel Finer, the youngest of six children, was born 22 September 1915 to Romanian-Jewish immigrant parents who had emigrated to the United Kingdom, and who ran a greengrocer ... States, his achievement was, according to Finer, an early source of inspiration ... Finer went to Holloway School, where he won a scholarship to Trinity College, Oxford ...
Famous quotes containing the word finer:
“Once conform, once do what other people do because they do it, and a lethargy steals over all the finer nerves and faculties of the soul. She becomes all outer show and inward emptiness; dull, callous, and indifferent.”
—Virginia Woolf (18821941)
“There is no finer investment for any community than putting milk into babies.”
—Winston Churchill (18741965)
“Nay sure, hes not in hell; hes in Arthurs bosom, if ever
man went to Arthurs bosom. A made a finer end, and went
away an it had been any christom child.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)