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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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tops of pure wool from argentine wool with fineness up to 25.
Several researchers have highlighted the presence of additive genetic effects as well as partial dominance for fiber fineness (Mukhtar et al.
The concrete of early strength development attributable to more contents of fineness cement particles is used for construction sites which is sensitive to the duration and cost of construction completion.
Blaine fineness of the cement samples were defined as part of the experimental study.
Longitudinal appearance, silk percentage, fiber fineness, moisture regain, cocoon weight, and quality of cocoons were analyzed using ASTM standard method.
This resea rch work relates to study the of, comparison of physical properties of various brands of cement, such as Fineness, normal consistency, initial and final setting time and compressive strength of concrete cubes at 7 and 28 days, available in Pakistan.
Belief, Re-Identification and Fineness of Grain, BENEDICTE VEILLET
End products have a high fineness and a narrow particle size distribution with minimum ultra fines typical for air classifier mills in general but up to now often unachievable with fibrous materials.
The Raymond Ultra Fine Mill is an air-swept vertical ring mill in which a shaft rotates convex rolls inside concave grinding rings to reduce materials to high degrees of fineness in a multi-stage process.
The results showed that the range in fiber fineness among the five harvesting modes was 1659-1958 m/g.
Patented is a spunbonded nonwoven fabric which is formed from fibers comprising a propyiene-based polymer and has MFR of 65 to 150 g/10 min which is a value measured after forming the spunbonded nonwoven fabric and a fineness of 0.01 to 1.5 deniers, wherein the basis weight is in the range of 5 to 40 g/m2 and the embossed area ratio is in the range of 6.5 to 25%, and wherein the fibers comprising a propyiene-based polymer are formed in a draft ratio of not less than 1500.
Summary: Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, Safar 16, 1432, Jan 20, 2011, SPA -- A number of diplomats accredited to the Republic of Turkmenistan today paid tribute to the Saudi Cultural Days in Turkmenistan, noting the fineness of the Saudi folkloric dance and exhibitions held on the fringes of the event.