Definition: conclusion; concluding part
Definition: conclusion; concluding part
Sentences Containing 'finale'
``Oh, yes, they will; only listen to that charming finale.
He survived a horrendous crash at the season finale at the Circuit de Catalunya.
The series finale was re-aired as part of a Warner Bros.
The show's third season finale, and 33rd episode, on E!
Each episode is independent of another, except for the season's finale.
The series finale was broadcast on 20 June 2010.
Hornung had intended this as a patriotic finale to his hero's story.
After the finale, Johnson was offered a multi-fight contract with the UFC.
A Maypole was brought out toward the finale of the Waltz.
The remainder of the second scene is notated, but the finale is not.
This dance was repeated by the couple at the finale.
They won the finale race which secured them Olympic gold.
The finale is breathtaking because of the shock of the two women who realize that Constantin has risen from the dead.
Nothing New has been noted for its usage of the 3D on its Season 2 Finale.
This scene was also referenced in the fifth season finale, "Company Picnic.
This was further explored in the seventh season finale, "Search Committee", where it was proven false.
The original finale was then published separately under the title "Große Fuge" as opus 133.
But it's a really good episode, which leads you into the coolest parts of the finale episode."
The town was the site of the fourth season finale of "" in 2007.
on the , and later the Indian Idol 5 Grand Finale on the . References.
Then came the season finale against Auburn.
The season finale was a rematch against Notre Dame, this time in the Orange Bowl.
His last win of the year came at the 2005 season finale at California.
The finale is a theme with seven variations.
A Yin Yang symbol appeared on the Bridge during the finale.
The 2007 Grand Finale was the final round of the 2007 V8 Supercar season.
The finale, "April Sun In Cuba" was performed by John Farnham and his band, with Todd on bass.
ET/PT and aired on Sunday nights with the season finale on May 10, 2009.
The show was a back-door pilot, airing as the season four finale.
He appeared a few episodes later in "The Truth", the series finale.
Naomi was also attacked by her teacher in the finale.
As the school is specialized in wind orchestra, the band have an excellent achievement in Finale Wind Orchestra.
In 1938, she played in "Finale","Die Unruhigen Mädchen" and "Les Sourires de Vienne".
2004), the one-shot "Avengers Finale" (Jan.
The two hour series finale aired on May 26, 2013.
Lovelyn made a decent job until the semi-finale where she began to doubt herself.
Regardless of that, she was chosen to be a part of the final four and was allowed to participate in the grand finale.
Bill Mantlo scripted issues #32-35, with Buckler himself scripting the finale.
The finale aired on November 12, 2012 on WAPA-TV.
Duke Ellington and his Orchestra are featured in the elaborate finale number.
On May 10, 2013, CBS cancelled "Rules of Engagement", stating that the May 20, 2013 season finale would also be the series finale.
Louis Cardinals in a meaningless game in the regular-season finale.
The season finale premiered April 15, 2008 24-hour marathon.
Grbac would return in the team's season finale.
The series finale of "Reba" ended with a family photo, similar to the first episode and the season five finale "Reba's Heart".
Worldwide, the series finale garnered 8.2 million viewers.
The season finale - the - was the team's final race as Virgin.
What we know as the "Andante and Finale" had its genesis as the slow movement and finale of Tchaikovsky's Symphony in E-flat, a work he started writing in 1892.
He scored the Finale for full orchestra, again as per Tchaikovsky's practice.
Dale is mentioned briefly by Carl in the season three finale.
More Vocab Wordsfanciful - whimsical; visionary; imaginary; produced by imagination; Ex. fanciful scheme
fitful - spasmodic; intermittent; irregular
imprecation - curse; swearword
empirical - based on experience
clientele - body of customers
scapegoat - someone who bears the blame for others; whipping boy; CF. escape+goat
gull - trick; deceive; hoodwink; N: person who is easily tricked; dupe
corrosive - eating away by chemicals or disease; (of language) fierce
gruel - thin liquid porridge
tinge - give a slight degree of a color or quality to; N: slight degree of a color or quality; Ex. tinged with grey/jealousy