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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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Feather pecking is a behavior by which birds damage or destroy the feathers of themselves (self-pecking) or other birds (allo feather pecking), in some cases even plucking out feathers and eating these.
While attending and participating in powwows I noticed tiny tot boys wearing feather bustles.
With a big pout at the ready and a hat adorned with feathers, Ahlam told her fans, "They say I have a feather over my head, of course there's a feather over my head.
Brasseler USA[R] announces the addition of the DiaComp[TM] Feather Lite intra-oral composite polisher to Its Feather Lite[TM] line.
At Anthropologie, there's a chandelier crafted out of welded brass feathers and a shower curtain with a falling feather quill pattern.
Different feathers have different types of line direction, giving each feather its own, unique character.
Art and craft enthusiasts use them for various DIY projects like feather jewelry, hair accessories, home decor, accents, table centerpieces.
government argued that placing limitations on eagle feather possession permits serves the purpose of fighting black market trading of feathers without forcing federal agents to act as "religious police" who must verify the heritage of anyone who has the feathers.
Feathers That Fly: How To Design, Mark, And Machine Quilt Feather Motifs is for any interested in the specifics of machine quilting classic feather motifs, and provides a handbook packed with projects--some fourteen in all--that teach the basics of feathers, wreaths, and more.
Dinosaurs may have all bundled up in flashy feather coats.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian textile engineering researchers from Amir Kabir University of Technology produced a new type of protein nanoparticles from chicken feather through a simple and environmental friendly method.
Feather samples taken from live birds have a variety of uses.