Other articles related to "fine":
... Male-male examples, in the visual fine arts, range through history Ancient Greek vase art Roman wine goblets (The Warren Cup) ... Henry Scott Tuke, Aubrey Beardsley and Magnus Enckell) through to the modern work of fine artists such as Paul Cadmus and Gilbert George ... Fine art photographers such as Wilhelm von Gloeden, David Hockney, Will McBride, Robert Mapplethorpe, Pierre et Gilles, Bernard Faucon, Anthony Goicolea ...
... The first fine involved several November 2000 – January 2001 airings of a jingle produced by Dru Boogie, a DJ/producer who regularly produces content for the show ... The $21,000 fine also involved a segment of "Guess What's in My Pants", as well as a song titled, "I'm Horny for Little Girls" ... – set a precedent for being the first time that a fine was issued to each individual station airing the alleged indecent material ...
... FINE is a registered trademark stationed out of Jordan and part of the conglomerate Nuqul Group ... Its establishment was in 1958 and FINE's main line of business is hygienic products, which include tissues, toilet paper, diapers, sanitary napkins, adult ... FINE has operational facilities in Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Sudan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia ...
... but by far the greater proportion of the churches are Perpendicular, fine examples of which are so numerous that it is hard to select examples ... be noted as typical, while the church of Long Melford, another fine example, should be mentioned on account of its remarkable lady chapel ... Castle, anciently the baronial residence of the earls of Clare and the fine Norman keep of Orford Castle, on an eminence overlooking the sea ...
... Fine – The hamlet of Fine is in the northern part of the town by the east branch of the Oswegatchie River ... Star Lake is also the location for the Clifton-Fine Central School District ...
Famous quotes containing the word fine:
“When a girl of today leaves school or college and looks about her for material upon which to exercise her trained intelligence, there are a hundred things that force themselves upon her attention as more vital and necessary than mastering the housewife.”
—Cornelia Atwood Pratt, U.S. author, womens magazine contributor. The Delineator: A Journal of Fashion, Culture and Fine Arts (January 1900)
“Times go by turns, and chances change by course,
From foul to fair, from better hap to worse.
The sea of Fortune doth not ever flow,
She draws her favours to the lowest ebb;
Her tides have equal times to come and go,
Her loom doth weave the fine and Coarsest web;”
—Robert Southwell (1561?1595)
“It is not those who till the fields who eat fine rice, nor those who rear the silkworms who wear fine silks.”