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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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IN this pivotal week for our nation, thank you to the squad of Colombian women cyclists for eradicating the beige-heeled, Brigadoon turquoise horror of our Commonwealth Games opening ceremony finery.
Grab yourself a strong coffee and tune in to catch the world's most famous film stars parading down the red carpet in their designer-clad finery at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre.
4 days WAS from PS309 NOW from just PS239pp Christmas Markets Cruise On MS Marco Polo from Tilbury on 15 December 2013 An itinerary including the wonderful cities of Amsterdam and Ghent - dressed in their Yuletide finery, enjoy the atmosphere of Christmas, as well as wonderful evenings full of fun and entertainment on board Marco Polo.
He has played a blinder with his showing-off, camp finery and faux rage over resident villains Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt of The Hills, who were merely dancing to Big Brother's tune - as was Rylan.
The Plate is a big race on Tyneside and it's always a very special day for Newcastle and for Newcastle people, who turn out in all their finery.
You can show off your freaky Halloween finery at the Canal-O-Ween Parade Sunday in the city's Canal District.
Residents at Rhos Residential Home in Bodorgan, Anglesey celebrated the day by dressing up in their finery at a "wedding reception", with William Williams and Catherine Lloyd-Evans, who are both in their 90s, playing the royal couple themselves.
Sargodha (Pakistan), May 22 (ANI): The five Americans on trial for terrorism has claimed that wedding finery and return tickets to the US proved they had nothing to do with militancy, their defence lawyer said.
As the culmination of the celebration, on Sunday evening, Lady Maslenitsa is stripped of her finery and put to the flames of a bonfire.
There are guest intros written for each of the featured photogs (our own Schmitty, Robb Collinson, Chris Atwood, Isaac McKay-Randozzi, and Justin Visser) but that's about the only writing you'll see, so it's good for a trip or two to the shitter and it can double as coffee table finery .
Featuring old Papua New Guinea necklaces of human teeth and ivory nose-rings as well as the extravagant designer suits paraded in poor Congo by today's "sapeur" movement, a show opening Thursday in Paris revisits men's finery through the ages.