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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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Haotong was present at Dubai Duty Free Finest Surprise draw to conduct the draw and was accompanied by Dubai Duty Free's executive vice-chairman and CEO Colm McLoughlin, COO Ramesh Cidambi, and executive vice-president - corporate services Salah Tahlak.
Finest Journeys has been delivering luxury vacations since 1984.
Mrs Sutton commented: "I think the Finest Diners is a great idea because it rewards the children who follow the Lunchtime Rules.
Tesco Finest Frappato 2013, inset, is excellent at the double discount price of PS4.
We aim to double the revenue from Finest over the next year.
Tesco has launched a series of TV adverts starring Fay Ripley, of Cold Feet fame, and The Full Monty star, Mark Addy, to promote its Finest offer - the biggest-ever promotion for the range.
Tesco is cutting prices on 200 new Finest products each week between now and Christmas - as it takes the increasingly ferocious price war into the luxury food aisles.
And, as Churchill implied, this work should be your finest hour.
And she may be using the finest partially hydrogenated soybean oil, enzyme modified butterfat, MSG, and rehydrated potato granules she can find.
The Out Island Club at February Point said March 25 it has become The World's Finest Resorts' (WFR) newest affiliate.
Traditionally, screen packs are inserted with the coarsest screen against the breaker plate and the finest screen facing the screw.
The bowl has been in use for Tesco's Finest Apricot & Amaretti Trifle, manufactured by Yoplait Dairy Crest.