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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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(%CR): El vermicompost con menor %CR fue el proveniente de la mezcla de estiercol bovino y restos de palma aceitera y tamano del grano grueso (VEPG) con 29,54% diferenciandose estadisticamente (p<0,01), con el vermicompost de la misma fuente de alimentacion de la lombriz pero grano fino (VEPF), con 57,39% (Tabla I).
"This launch marks our latest partnership with Fino Hotels in Japan.
The SANCHEZ ROMATE FINO PERDIDO (From PS3.50 a glass, Curado Bar) has a full-on nose showing salty minerality and a little hazelnut tone.
CLEAN PLUS, Royal BLUE, New Premier, Pacific Pure, Active Life and FINO Pure Water) have comparatively high levels of Arsenic ranging from 12-69 ppb than PSQCA water quality standard for arsenic (10 ppb).
Fino and manzanilla are aged under a layer of natural yeast called 'flor' which gives them their unique flavour.
Fino is the most popular style in Spain and includes Tio Pepe and La Ina.
and her husband James Bates of Upton; a brother Angelo Zappella of Sun City, AZ; two sisters, Lina Fino of Uxbridge and Alba and her husband Daniel Salgueiro of Spring Hill, FL; 2 grandchildren, Jessica Bates and Jason Bates and many nieces and nephews.
This wine is called fino in the region of Jerez, or manzanilla from the coastal region of Sanlucar.
di Febraro, fino il primo giorno di quadragiesima, sotto pena de 18.