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"Is your room all right?" "Yes, it's fine, thanks."
"Is it okay if we join you later?" "Yes, that's fine."
I'm not very hungry. A sandwich will be fine for me.
If that's what he wants, that's fine by me.
I have very fine hair.
Everything was covered in a fine layer of dust.
The rain had slowed to a fine drizzle.
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the difference between how much money you get when you sell something and how much it costs you...
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