Fine

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Fine

A monetary penalty for an act. For example, one may have to pay $100 if one is caught driving over the speed limit. Fines are imposed instead of or (especially for financial crimes) in addition to prison sentences.
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To marvel at Workforce's performance doesn't require any of the finer feelings or intuition that were correctly applied to the victory of Sea The Stars.
There, home-owners are likely to be permitted to defend their property without getting banged up should they upset their burglars' finer feelings.
Can it really be true that men are obsessed with soft-porn, cars,guns, sport and misogyny and have no finer feelings, no ambition,no sense of responsibility, no interest in art,literatureor politics and are content to wallow in a dog house of their own making?
On the other hand boys are expected to be less sensitive, are suspicious of finer feelings, are disadvantaged by course work, are less methodical, lack confidence and have low self esteem, read less than girls and are more active physically.
If the PM had any finer feelings he'd say: "Look ma'am, you nip off to Epsom and watch your filly do the business in the Oaks and I'll ring you on the mobile asking if it's OK for me to form the Government.
For the sake of their finer feelings, they would wish that the commemoration of a famous battle should be removed from the map, because the outcome of the occasion was not as they would have wished it.