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- 01. Our oil and gas reserves are [finite], so we must take steps to develop alternative energy sources.02. We have only a [finite] amount of time to work on this, so we'd better get started.03. The [finite] resources we have at hand must be divided amongst a number of different projects.04. There are a [finite] number of possibilities which can be arrived at.05. The funds for our publicity campaign are [finite], so we have to use the money well.06. In English grammar, a simple sentence consists of a subject and a [finite] verb.07. The analysis of [finite] quantities is known as algebra.08. In mathematics, a [finite] set is one which is countable.09. The set of all numbers which are between 1 and 50 is obviously [finite].10. People on our planet must remember that our fossil fuel resources are [finite], so they cannot last forever.11. The financial resources of the government are obviously [finite], and we cannot allow our expenditures to increase at this rate indefinitely.12. I like to remind my ESL students that the vocabulary we learn is never [finite]: there is always another meaning, another part of speech, another thing we can learn from a new word.13. Neil Armstrong once said, "I believe every human has a [finite] number of heartbeats. I don't intend to waste any of mine."14. Woody Allen once joked that astronomers say the universe is [finite], which is a comforting thought for those people who can't remember where they leave things.15. Martin Luther King once said that we must accept [finite] disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.16. Martin Luther King once said that we must accept finite disappointment, but never lose [infinite] hope.

*Grammatical examples in English.
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