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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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ii-The permissible face velocity to avoid condensate carry over is a function of fin density.
The transverse and longitudinal spacing of the fins for this study is equal to double the width of the fin.
This lesser known, lawful side of the fin trade could become illegal nationwide if the U.S.
(56) Instead of outright banning the practice of finning, the "fin to carcass" ratio requires countries to accept shark fins detached from the shark's body when the vessel lands if the fishermen bring a certain percentage of the shark carcass with it.
In many countries, including China and Hong Kong, the consumption of shark fins has declined after government interference, like banning the dish in state banquets.
Compared to rectangular fin shape triangular fin cross section reduces the SCEs to a greater extent [2].
Under the law, people with the proper license may still fish for sharks to sell their meat, but not the fins.
[1] studied heat transfer and pressure drop of micro pin fin arrays in a rectangular channel.
Graham Buckingham from shark conservation organisation Bite Back told Unearthed: The sheer volume of shark fins being exported by the UK is a shocking indication that global demand for shark fin soup remains high and that sharks from EU waters are paying the price.
Canada's bill bans the import and export, to and from Canada, of shark fins that are not attached to the shark.
The clinical symptoms included fin ulceration, abdominal redness, splenomegaly, hepatohemia and renomegaly (Fig.