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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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All 18 Indian crew members on board are safe and doing fine. Will continue to push for their early release.
Likewise if it's too soft for Doing Fine we'd keep him for the Scottish National.
Doing Fine escaped a penalty for that success, leaving him on a handy mark considering the handicapper has put him up 8lb for future races.
Cogry had Doing Fine a neck behind at Warwick but the four-mile trip offers the runner-up hope of turning the tables, while favourite Very Wood and last year's Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir runner-up Cause Of Causes are others to throw into the melting pot.
In a text to ECHo columnist Pete Price, she wrote: "Ted's doing fine, thanks.
Yesterday, the star's agent, Belinda Wright, said: "As far as I know he's doing fine and still recovering in hospital.
Several hundred dollars later, the new bushes are doing fine!
He explained that "it is necessary when doing fine and punish companies, the size of the company should be taken in mind." / End
Station commander Dave Hilton, of West Midlands Fire Service, said: "The horse is now doing fine and is in the care of its owner and a vet."
is doing fine. I know they have conversations (over his contract) sometimes but the main thing for me as coach is to bring the best out of him."
"The mother and the quadruplets are doing fine," Lateefa Al Mahmood, a consultant at the King Saud Medical City said.
However, on Friday, Akshay Kumar, Bollywood actor and Khanna's son-in-law, told reporters that he is doing fine and is on the road of recovery.