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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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It was long known that the tinting machines at the point of sale can develop heavy fungal growth on the semi-dried tinters.
The valid approach of using two sets of tinters for solvent- and waterborne decorative coatings was not open to us, and consequently we adopted the strategy of trying to reduce tinter levels at all times.
We chose products for this program such as nutritional supplements and skincare products, which are frequently used as part of a regimen or should be replaced regularly," Tinter added.
The paint company must prepare base paint that has precise tinting strength and appropriate tinter acceptance properties, ensure those properties remain stable and make sure the precise amount is filled into each can, according to Mr.
Barboza, nevertheless continued to experience pain in a number of parts of his body, which he claimed disabled him from his usual work as an auto window tinter.
Nasdaq:DSCM), a leading online provider of health, beauty, vision, and pharmacy products, announced the addition of four new members to its senior management team: John Tinter, vice president, business strategy; Matthew Stepka, vice president, pharmacy; Talat Sadiq, chief information officer; and John Helm, chief technology officer.
This marks our fourth number porting agreement with a major wireless carrier," said Jonathan Tinter, vice president - marketing strategy, AT&T Wireless.
We are very pleased to participate with Nevada Power and Sierra Pacific Power in efforts to reduce electric costs and conserve energy," said Arnold Tinter, President of Bayview Technology Group.
We are pleased to be part of Washington's commitment to reduce energy costs while helping to keep their air clean," said Arnold Tinter, president of Bayview Technology Group.