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tint

(tint),
A shade of color varying according to the amount of white admixed with the pigment.
[L. tingo, pp. tinctus, to dye]

tint

a shade or gradation of a color, usually a pale or less saturated version of the basic shade.
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Tim Orbos, the transport undersecretary for roads, said they were just waiting for the final recommendation of the technical working group on the type of tint to be used.
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Sunglass tints are able to do this through the lens material dispensed, as this has certain UV protection properties while the tint itself is able to diminish the intensity of visible light.
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Now Fair Trade Certified, Eco Tints from Eco Lips are made with organic coconut and argan oils, coconut butter and aloe vera.
Any vehicle proprietors who are concerned that the window tints on their vehicle may be excessive can contact the council's licensing section.
com)-- All County Window Tinting, a family-owned window tint company based in Long Island, has recently relocated to Medford in order to better serve customers.
However, not only can such tints ruin your window glass, it can actually get nearly opaque sooner than you would imagine.
Window tints are not permitted for company-owned vehicles, as per the law.
The addition of proprietary Spectrum Control Technology (SCT) tints in SCT-Gray and SCT-Low IR helps meet the performance and functionality demands of a wider range of specialized applications.
Numerous Checkpoints have been established all around the city and people are being asked to immediately remove the tints from their cars.
Both multi-purpose tints can also be used on the cheeks.