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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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Most recently voted "#1 Best New Product" at the 2015 San Francisco HempCon, California Finest was founded in 2012, and is one of the most broadly distributed marijuana cigarette brands in California.
Tesco Finest Pecorino Terre di Chieti 2013 shows the fantastic potential of this richly flavoured grape.
Available in a shiny, metallic bronze tube emblazoned with a bright yellow sun, Florida's Finest Tan has a fresh, clean & relaxing scent of blended botanicals that double as aroma-therapy.
Pizza factory general manager Skinner Nandha said: "Consumers are paying that little bit extra for a finest pizza so we feel we should give them more when it comes to ingredients and quality.
Graham Nash, product development manager BWS, said he sensed an improved consumer confidence in the economy that would drive sales and said Finest was a good way to introduce "new, exciting varietals" that people may need reassurance on.
Waitrose and Marks & Spencer traditionally lead the luxury food market on Britain's high street, but Tesco's Finest price cut campaign will see it compete head on to prevent shoppers from defecting.
And through it, you will find yourself prepared for the work that will be your finest hour.
667 Madison Avenue is widely acknowledged as Manhattan's finest boutique office building.
Our goal is to provide materials for churches that will educate readers in some of the finest and most defining historic values of Baptists.
They are all packaged in the Silver Award winning design from the British Bottler's Institute 1999 Soft Drinks Competition for Princes Finest Cranberry.
The Christmas Missal of Alexander VI (1492-1494) is considered to be one of the Vatican Library's finest illuminated manuscripts of the Renaissance period.
Only the finest wines, those at the top of the quality pyramid, require aging to develop their full potential.