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Synonyms for finnan

haddock usually baked but sometimes broiled with lots of butter

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I always say I changed the game that night," Finnan told the ECHO.
But though he is alive, well and "enjoying life out of the limelight", Finnan is apparently, "not seeking any form of post-football fame or media work" and may not join the party after all.
Mrs Finnan, who was presented with flowers and a microwave by Lovell to mark the occasion, says: This has made a massive difference for me.
Finnan admitted possessing drugs worth [euro]680 to sell or supply on April 25 last year.
I need to ask for the afternoon off to come back for the second round," admitted Finnan.
But Finnan, looking to impress Pompey boss Avram Grant with the FA Cup Final against Chelsea less than a week away, wouldn't want it any other way.
Sean Finnan - died of complications in hospital in the early hours of Saturday
O'Neill's interest in taking Finnan is not crucial to the Barry deal as O'Neill only rates the full-back at pounds 1million, a small fraction of the Barry asking-price, because Finnan has only one year remaining on his contract.
Boss Rafael Benitez gave his fringe men a chance to impress in Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Fulham and Finnan knows he's got a fight on his hands if he's to hold onto his place in the team.
Finnan, who left Blues 10 years ago, had one of his best games for the club in the 3-0 Champions League quarter-final first-leg triumph against PSV Eindhoven last week.
Liverpool's dependable Irish defender Steve Finnan accepts there is a glaring contrast between the Anfield club's form in Europe and the Premier League.
Liverpool footballer Steve Finnan was travelling at almost twice the speed limit moments before his powerful Range Rover hit an 81-year-old who died weeks later from his injuries, a police officer told an inquest yesterday.
LIVERPOOL defender Steve Finnan is being lined up to be granted the freedom of Limerick City.
LIVERPOOL defender Steve Finnan insists Gerard Houllier's side have enough quality at Anfield to cope with the loss of England star Michael Owen.
I get 15 letters a day every day from individuals seeking guidance in spiritual matters from all over the world,'' said Finnan, who maintains a small parish despite the current trend toward megachurches and huge congregations that hold extravaganzas to fire up worshipers.