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fine

a monetary penalty imposed in criminal matters. Itmaybe accepted in instalments, and in some cases, essentially based on means, the court may remit (extinguish) the fine. In the UK there are maximum levels of fines laid down for certain offences. Some levels are changed every so often in accord with the change in the value of money. There are sometimes statutory equivalent periods of imprisonment laid down for failure to pay fines.
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He continued: "If it the feather is broken from the tip, we usually look for the exact same feather with a specific cut, shape and size and use a needle and super glue to just attach the broken part instead of replacing the entire feather.
As you draw, pay attention to which way you like to trace--from the base of the feather shape or from the top?
Michael Aram's limited-edition feather sculptures, inspired by his fantasy of finding a large feather during a forest walk, are rendered in nickel-plated bronze.
Two-dimensional pattern or "visual texture" usually has a number of lines and the lines of a feather create this texture.
It is very easy to buy feathers on Feather Treasures.
A federal appeals court has further expanded the rights of religious adherents to claim exemptions from secular laws that others must follow thanks to a recent ruling that said members of Native American tribes not recognized by the federal government may possess bald eagle feathers.
Dinosaurs may have all bundled up in flashy feather coats.
However, material research of the owl feathers is still not fully carried out and is away from material biomimetic synthesis so that bionic studies about the owl feather are almost all based on the outline edges.
The nice thing about these jigs is that you can use any size feather, with four and five-inch lengths being the most common for traditional shooters.
Answer: Feather plucking and associated self-mutilation is generally an obsessive-compulsive disorder which can be seen in a number of avian species including cockatoos, parrots, cockatiels and macaws.
Alone like a feather falling from a bird in the night