What are fins?

  • (noun): A shoe for swimming; the paddle-like front is an aid in swimming (especially underwater).
    Synonyms: flipper, flippers, fin

FINS

FINS is a network protocol used by Omron PLCs, over different physical networks like Ethernet, Controller Link, DeviceNet and RS-232C.

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Some articles on fins:

Los Angeles County Lifeguards - Rescue Equipment - Swim Fins
... Swim fins, worn either singularly or in pairs, are especially useful to the lifeguard in several situations, such as large surf or strong rip currents ... Fins are also useful in long-distance or multiple victim situations ...
Snake Mackerel - Description
... The pectoral fins contain 12-15 rays the pelvic fins are tiny and located beneath the pectorals, containing 1 small spine and 3-4 rays ... There are two dorsal fins the first is long and spiny, and is followed immediately by the second, which contains 1 tiny spine and 11-14 soft rays ... The anal fin originates opposite the second dorsal fin and consists of 2 free spines followed by 1 spine and 10-12 rays ...
Ceratoichthys
... The dorsal and anal fins of C ... pinnatiformis had very high, narrow crests, and it also had very long, thin pelvic fins ... Its fins give it a superficial resemblance to a freshwater angelfish, leading some people to erroneously refer to C ...
Fins, Somme - Population
... Historical population of Fins, Somme Year 2006 ... Population 273. ...
Stegastes Planifrons - Description
... sheen and a large black spot at the base of the pectoral fins ... The large dorsal fin has 12 spines and 15-17 soft rays ... The anal fin has two spines and 13-14 soft rays ...