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- adj. For which a fine can be levied
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. liable to a fine.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. liable to a fine
Since August of 2006, illegal residence in Mexico has been a fineable offence (up to 500 salarios minimo) and jailing is very rare.
It is false marking to mark as patented an unpatented article if done with the intent to deceive the public and as such, is a fineable offense.
While it may soon be a fineable offense to cough on or near a quarterback in the NFL (we don't want Tom Brady getting a cold, do we?) the NHL still tolerates (if not embraces) fighting.
In Italy, insulting somebody is a fineable offense, and Luciano took his rival to court, sparking a long process that concluded on March 17.
Less than an ounce, but not only fineable, also contributable to his condition that night.
Or if galloping your horse through town was a fineable offense?
"Juries ... are not fineable for giving their verdict contrary to the evidence, or against the direction of the court; for the law supposes the jury may have some other evidence than what is given in court, and they may not only find things of their own knowledge, but they go according to their consciences."
Is this a-- you mention that it is a fineable offense.
Among birds seen here, the most noted were the merry wagtails, which are regarded as good omens and messengers of peace by the natives, and any harm done unto them is quickly resented, and is fineable.
- Freedom from legal harassment - MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai is still facing trumped up treason charges, while Roy Bennett MP remains in jail for at most a fineable offence;
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