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Synonyms for finder

someone who comes upon something after searching

someone who is the first to observe something

optical device that helps a user to find the target of interest

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Catharine of Siena, Julian of Norwich, Christine de Pizan, Margery Kempe, and poems from the Findern manuscript.
As George Keiser has pointed out, the Findern Miscellany, Cambridge University Library, MS Ff.
Catherine Swift, daughter of Mr and Mrs G Swift, of Barn Close, Findern, Derby, and Stephen Harrison, son of Mr and Mrs E Hanson, of Carsington Crescent, Allestree, at Coombe Abbey.
Michael told police he had been given the mixture by a friend years before and was using it to kill weeds at home in Findern, Derbys.
Myself and my sister were both evacuated to a farm at Findern in Derbyshire shortly after the bombs started falling.
Michael Pert QC, prosecuting, said that Bladen's home, in Dale End Road, Findern, Derbyshire, had been the centre of a network of drug taking.
Some comparison might profitably have been undertaken with other regional lyric collections, most obviously with another fifteenth-century Midlands one, the Findern anthology (Cambridge University Library, MS Ff.