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  1. finesnoun

    Fine particles, whether or not airborne.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of fines in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of fines in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of fines in a Sentence

  1. Jeremy Wright:

    If you look at the fines available to the Information Commissioner around the GDPR rules, that could be up to 4 percent of company's turnover (...) we think we should be looking at something comparable here.

  2. Mark Wightman:

    If you look at the fines globally, which firms have been fined the most in terms of anti-money laundering, you wouldn't find the Chinese banks near the top of that list although some have been asked to tighten procedures.

  3. Nusrat Chadoury:

    The bottom line is, poor people are being jailed because they are not able to afford their fines and fees, without even a hearing to determine that jail is even a punishment that should be imposed.

  4. Al Cadenhead:

    It was like I came out of a coma and realized this was not normal and this is not how you do business, i know other people who've heard the story say 'How did a guy with a PhD fall victim?' I was the perfect victim. I've never been audited, never paid a traffic ticket. I don't know how to pay fines. How do I know they aren't stern and serious about everything?

  5. General Mills Inc on Friday:

    Vermont state law requires us to start labeling certain grocery store food packages that contain GMO ingredients or face significant fines, we can't label our products for only one state without significantly driving up costs for our consumers and we simply will not do that.

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