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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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The dreamlike and disturbing images that emerge from Carrington and Fini's shared experience may seem to epitomise the particular artistic project of Surrealism--especially its focus on the figurai representation of unconscious fears and desires.
Grotts was second overall and Fini Carstensen leap-frogged Kulhavy to take third.
Un ultimo aspetto che caratterizza le fondazioni non autonome e il fatto che, stando sempre alia lettera del Codice, ad essere impiegati per i fini non devono essere direttamente i beni, quanto i redditi annui degli stessi (12).
We didn't do anything on stage that was not literally perfection," Fini said.
The move prompted another Northern League legislator, Gianluca Pini, to shout at Fini: "Lei e un cialtrone" (You are a scoundrel).
Fini suffered a humiliating blow as the 74-year-old prime minister scraped through.
Until 2006, Berlusconi relied on three supporters: Northern League federalists, the post-fascists led by Gianfranco Fini, and the Catholic Union of the Center (UDP), under Pier Ferdinando Casini's leadership.
The outcome marked a victory for Mr Berlusconi over the onetime ally who has become his most bitter rival, Gianfranco Fini. By contrast, it dealt a blow to Mr Fini's immediate ambitions to replace Mr Berlusconi as conservative leader.
The outcome marked a victory for Mr Berlusconi over the one-time ally who has become his most bitter rival, Gianfranco Fini. By contrast, it dealt a blow to Mr Fini's ambitions to replace Mr Berlusconi as conservative leader, at least in the short term.
The outcome marked a victory for Mr Berlusconi over the onetime ally who has become his most bitter rival, Gianfranco Fini. By contrast, it dealt a blow to Mr Fini's ambitions to replace Mr Berlusconi as conservative leader, at least in the short term.
Among those who quit on Monday are Andrea Ronchi, the Europe minister, Adolfo Urso, the deputy economic development minister, and two junior ministers - all supporters of Gianfranco Fini, the speaker of parliament and a former ally turned rival of Berlusconi.
Lower house speaker Gianfranco Fini demanded on Sunday that the prime minister step down to allow the formation of a new centre-right coalition, possibly without Berlusconi at the helm.