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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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In July, new federal traffic rules came into force, including the allowance for up to 50 per cent tint, up from the former 30 per cent tint limit.
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Warning, he said a fine of Dh500 shall be slapped and the vehicle will be impounded for 30 days in case of excessive window tint.
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.
Since then, officers have ensured that the procedure at the testing centre always includes a check of window tints," he said.
What I'm sure of is that it's breaking the law, and if you exceed the legal parameters the police will ticket you and make you remove the tint right there and then.
I had to send money on getting the tint again," said Sumant, a sales executive.
SCT-Gray lens tint reduces solar glare while allowing true color perception.
90 for 30ml Light and easily absorbed, tint two is extremely natural looking and free from that orange hue most dread from a skin cover-up product.
Jemma Kidd Mineral Sheer Tint SPF20 pounds 28 The fact this is water-resistant, oil and fragrance-free will tick a lot of boxes for some folk.