FINE


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AcronymDefinition
FINEFine Is Not EMACS (70's vintage text editor for computer mainframes directly preceding contemporary Microsoft Word and WordPerfect)
FINEFreaked Out Insecure Neurotic and Emotional (Italian Job movie)
FINEEuropean Federation of Nurse Educators (formerly Federation of International Nurse Educators)
FINEFault Injection and Monitoring Environment
FINEFeelings Inside Not Expressed
FINEFrustrated Insecure Neurotic Emotional
FINEFertility Information Network
FINEFeeling Insecure, Neurotic and Emotional
FINEFeeling Inadequate, Needing Encouragement
FINEFickle Insecure Neurotic and Emotional
FINEFouled Up, Insecure, Neurotic and Emotional (Aerosmith; polite form)
FINEFixed Installation NAIAD Equipment
FINEFoggy Insecure Neurotic Emotional
References in classic literature ?
Hagar, in a fine dramatic melody, promised both, and proceeded to call up the spirit who would bring the love philter.
Look at his hump, which would be as fine eating as the buffalo's (which is esteemed a rare dish), were it not such a solid pyramid of fat.
It was a fine gam we had, and they were all trumps --every soul on board.
Yes, and his master was a fine man, and prosperous, and always had a great feast of meat twice in the year, and with it white bread, true wheaten bread; in fact, lived like a lord, so to speak.
I am convinced," said Edward, "that you really feel all the delight in a fine prospect which you profess to feel.
Now he was rich, wore fine clothes, and made many friends, who all said that he was an excellent man, a real nobleman.
The influence to which the priests of Pillaji had subjected Aouda began gradually to yield, and she became more herself, so that her fine eyes resumed all their soft Indian expression.
If it were merely a fine house richly furnished," said she, "I should not care about it myself; but the grounds are delightful.
As a proof of his regard, he had determined to give him a fine horse, which would go further than words, and put his good will beyond all question.
A man is born to serve his time on this earth, and there is something fine in the service being given on other grounds than that of utility.
She knew still better, that Adam Bede--tall, upright, clever, brave Adam Bede--who carried such authority with all the people round about, and whom her uncle was always delighted to see of an evening, saying that "Adam knew a fine sight more o' the natur o' things than those as thought themselves his betters"--she knew that this Adam, who was often rather stern to other people and not much given to run after the lasses, could be made to turn pale or red any day by a word or a look from her.
Besides, he has killed two panthers, and the bounty will discharge the fine many times over.