Fines

A BS882 description referring to solid material passing a 75-micron sieve. Sometimes used as a common descriptive term for fine aggregate (sand).

fines

(from the article `iron processing`) Lumps and fines
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Fines

Fines are a penalty that obliges the convicted person to pay a sum of money. In criminal court they are applicable as complementary penalties (fairly rare), in correctional court, sometimes as the main penalty, sometimes as an additional penalty at the same time as prison. For infringements, they are the most frequent principal penalty; their amoun...
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Fines

Material that passes through a standard screen on which coarser fragments are retained.
Found on http://www.britanniamining.com/learning-centre/mining-glossary/

Fines

Ore or ferro-alloy which is in too small a particle size to make a good charge to the furnace and is therefore pelletised or briquetted.
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Fines

Ore or ferro-alloy which is in too small a particle size to make a good charge to the furnace and is therefore pelletised or briquetted.
Found on http://www.metalbulletin.com/Glossary.html

Fines

Smallest size of stone in graded aggregate; helps in compaction and used alone for binding the top surface of path.
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Fines

The powder, dual, silt-size, and sand-size material resulting from processing (usually crush tog) rock.
Found on http://www.selectstone.com/architectural-resources/stone-glossary/

Fines

The residue resulting from the normal fabrication and processing of stone.
Found on http://www.contractorschoolonline.com/Masonry-Glossary.aspx
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