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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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Hammond said Their Finest Hour was "restructuring and refinancing" and that there was "no direct relationship with the RAFBF, simply a desire to support the fund".
Activision will also deploy troops for a nationwide in-theater campaign, beginning in early-December with life-size Call of Duty: Finest Hour standees in theatre lobbies and a trailer in front of such highly anticipated feature films as "Alexander," "Ocean's 12" and "Meet the Fockers.
More than 60 years ago, the finest hour meant putting your life on the line to defend Britain.
n To contribute photographs, memories, or for tickets to the VE Day party call the Finest Hour team on 0151-709 7562
Mini owners are invited to take part in a recreation of the little car's finest hour.
Developed by Spark, Call of Duty: Finest Hour will deploy this fall for the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system, Xbox(R) video game system from Microsoft and Nintendo GameCube(TM) and carries a "T" ("Teen" - Blood, Violence) rating by the ESRB.
It wasn't my blacksmith's finest hour,'' Zito said.
THE last time Europe went to war it brought Britain what Winston Churchill called our finest hour.
Still, it's hard to be churlish about a movie that provides Cusack with her finest hour since careering frantically down the hallways in Broadcast News.
I have to conclude it wasn't Chomsky's finest hour.
Horses for courses His finest hour came at Cheltenham but his best days were at Ayr.
Brolly's finest hour was when Derry won their only Senior All Ireland Football title in 1993.