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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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Another is EPI's Polycor 50, which reportedly gives 10-15% higher extrusion rates and finer cell structures than exothermics in ABS foam-core pipe.
She told her followers on Instagram: "I know how to take care of myself whilst still enjoying the finer things in life, like pizza!
Methods to obtain finer fly ash particle size or particle size distribution vary from one to the other researchers.
Appreciation/awareness implies that the researchers must appreciate the finer nuances of the topic being considered.
The company opened its first "finer coffee" concept store in London's Covent Garden in June, which sells artisan coffee and an "enhanced beverage range".
Most recently, Dr Finer has served as CSO of bluebird bio (NasdaqGS:BLUE), a clinical-stage company committed to developing potentially transformative gene therapies for severe genetic and rare diseases.
The first step in making a conventional CIPP installation and one using UV-cured finer are the same: finer is inserted into a segment of old pipe.
He noted that Melitta believes it gets better flavor from the coffee by grinding finer.
Ella Finer, daughter of Pogues co-founder Jem Finer, exhibited O, a continuously playing acetate record with a very limited lifespan.
Tape is still used but the plastic is polished using a coarser grit to begin then working down to finer and finer grits until the degree of final finish has been achieved.
His dad, John Snr, was himself a gifted player, who would have made it to the very top but for a nasty injury and a penchant for the 'finer' things in life.
The legendary news anchor stopped by our studio to teach NASA's Josh Byerly the finer points of anchoring a newscast.