Some articles on finals, final:
... Brenda Nicholls defeated Marie-France Larouche 10-9 in the finals on January 30 ... CC Etchemin, Saint-Romuald CC Victoria, Sainte-Foy (5-1) wins "A1-B1" game, loses final Ève Bélisle, CC Lachine/CC Longue-Pointe, Montreal (5-1) loses "A2-B2" game Nathalie Gagnon, CC Riverbend, Alma / CC Kén ...
... February 18, 730 PM ET Sheet A 11 ... Final Alberta (Santos) 7 ... Newfoundland and Labrador (Cunningham) 1. 1 ...
... February 18, 930 AM ET Sheet A 11 ... Final Northwest Territories/Yukon (Moses) 6 ... Prince Edward Island (Gaudet) 0. 1 ...
5–0 demolition of Real Madrid in the semi-final second leg came at a cost, as Gullit suffered an injury and required surgery to be fit in time for the final ... by a 4–0 victory over Steaua Bucharest in the 1989 final with Gullit scoring two crucial goals ... The following year Milan retained the trophy as they defeated Benfica in the 1990 final ...
... tournament was won by 2002 FIFA World Cup winners Brazil, who defeated Argentina 4–1 in the final Waldstadion in Frankfurt ... The final was a rematch of the Copa América final also won by Brazil ...
More definitions of "final":
- (adj): Not to be altered or undone.
Example: "The judge's decision is final"
- (adj): Occurring at or forming an end or termination.
Example: "The final chapter"
Synonyms: concluding, last, terminal
- (noun): The final match between the winners of all previous matches in an elimination tournament.
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—Thomas Hardy (18401928)
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—Donald Stauffer (b. 1930)
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—Elias Canetti (b. 1905)