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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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A FINO that's come of age, amontillado is darker and richer from further barrel ageing and should be served lightly chilled.
Aside from that, the LG L Fino should be easy and a joy to hold made possible by its rounded corners and overall mold.
Just like FINO PayTech, Oxigen Services would be applying for a payment bank licence.
Focused on a return to Fino Field, Mantoni went the distance and surrendered just five hits.
Among the oxidized styles, amontillado is fino that didn't make the cut.
Lienzo fino de que se hacen camisas, sabanas y otras prendas.
De los sedimentos analizados 26 son limos y 41 arenas, predominando los limos arenosos y las arenas de grano fino a medio y medio a fino.
It's Manager Ricardo Avila Pineda said: "With a slightly convex profile of the head, an arched and muscular neck, slender and straight legs as well as small hooves, the Paso Fino is a widely sought after breed for smooth riding, endurance riding, horse shows, equestrian competitions and parade mounts.
El realismo fino surgiria naturalmente de la ciencia: la fecundidad de la teoria de conjuntos y sus metodos seria garante de la realidad objetiva que subyace a ellos.
Fino International, the Dubai-based interior design and fit-out contractor, has been awarded three certifications by TUV SUD.
Dubai-based interior design and fit-out contracting company Fino International has achieved new ISO certification standards.
Tetra Pak has announced that new volume options and advanced photographic printing techniques are now available on its Tetra Fino Aseptic packaging range.