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What is fine aggregates?

Fine aggregates are the aggregates whose size is less than 4.75 mm.   Example: Sand is used as fine aggregate in the preparation of concrete and cement mortar.
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What are the fines for DUI?

They vary according to the state you live in with one of the main factors being how many duis you previously have or if this is the first. Even first time duis in most states (MORE)

What is the fineness of cement?

The fineness of cement has an important bearing on the rate of hydration and hence on the rate of gain of strength and also on the rate of evolution of heat. Finer cement of (MORE)

What is a fine liner?

A fineliner (one word) is a pen with a felt tip, almost like a felt tip marker but smoother and more precise. in the case of Montblanc pens, they are also spring loaded to pre (MORE)

What is fine dining?

Fine dining is a fancy restaurant or home meal including the  elegant touches of cloth tablecloth and napkins, fine utensils and  plates, an excellent menu and proper servic (MORE)

What is fine sand?

The term sand applies to small grains of rock in a given size  range, but that range allows for some variation in size. Fine sand  is sand with grains toward the small end o (MORE)

What is fine jewelry?

Fine jewelry is usually made of precious metal such as gold or  silver and also set with precious or semi-precious stones. Fine  jewelry is much more expensive than jewelry (MORE)

What is fine focus?

Fine focus is typically in reference to studying an object under a  microscope. Fine focus means that the person operating the  microscope focuses on one part of a specimen (MORE)

What is the fine for loitering?

The fine for loitering differs from one jurisdiction to another. Loitering is generally considered to be a misdemeanor violation of the law, which can lead to a criminal convi (MORE)

Is fine an adjective?

Yes, it can be. As an adjective, it can mean well, or delicate, or  pure, or splendid. It has several uses as a noun and verb.
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