With respect to their public assemblies, in having them open to all, but in fining
the rich only, or others very little, for not attending; with respect to offices, in permitting the poor to swear off, but not granting this indulgence to those who are within the census; with respect to their courts of justice, in fining
the rich for non-attendance, but the poor not at all, or those a great deal, and these very little, as was done by the laws of Charondas.
It would, indeed, be the means of much perjury, and of much whipping, fining
, imprisoning, transporting, and hanging.
The magistrate (happening to be young, and new to his business) sent him to prison, instead of fining
With wine, finings can be isinglass, animal gelatin, egg albumen, modified casein (from milk), chitin (derived from the shells of crabs or lobsters) or ox blood, which is admittedly rarely used.
The majority of organic wines do not use animal derived finings - but some do.
The grape has higher levels of solids and proteins which impede settling requiring two finings with bentonite.
Based on the experiences of some of the best winemakers in California, it can be concluded that wines of extraordinary quality are produced both with and without fining and filtration.
Brewers use "finings
" to take sediment and yeast haze out of their beer.
The melt department began with daily visual inspections of the finings
after the furnaces were drained to look for excessive wear or premature refractory loss.
THE key ingredient that determines whether a beer is vegetarian/vegan or not is finings