(1) She breathed the cold air with a tint of peculiarity.(2) ├ö├ç├┐You'll be with me,├ö├ç├û he grunted, and his tenor voice, so neutral and refined, had a tint of disgust in his words.(3) In addition, chemical processes were used to tint , wave, curl, straighten, and condition the hair.(4) He wears jeans with holes in fashionable places, and amber highlights tint his strategically mussed hair.(5) Unbeknownst to them, a pair of brown eyes with a purple tint was watching them intently.(6) ├ö├ç├┐Very helpful,├ö├ç├û she said, with a tint of derisiveness, and opened the door.(7) Purchase broccoli with a deep green or deep green with a purple tint .(8) Chekhov, wrote Nabokov, ├ö├ç├┐keeps all his words in the same dim light and of the same exact tint of grey, a tint between the colour of an old fence and that of a low cloud├ö├ç├û.(9) She introduced herself to them, and quickly covered the necromancer that was among them with many charms, most of which had a tint of necromancy in them.(10) A light tint of red shaded his cheeks, as he looked away.(11) ├ö├ç├┐That's because the fog is harder to control,├ö├ç├û answered Jade with a tint of sarcasm.(12) Other than a haircut and lash tint every two months-ish, that's about it.(13) The fact that an anti-war movement even exists, is gaining strength, and dares to have a tint of radical coloring must boggle their minds.(14) This sent a crack through the ground as the energy, now hinted only by a tint of velvet in the air, rushed forward and connected with Sam, sending him into the far wall.(15) a tint of glamour(16) peering into the mirror to see if any white hair showed after her last tint
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