tinter

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n tinter a hairdresser who tints hair
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n tinter A person who tints, or an instrument for tinting.
    • n tinter A slide of plain colored glass, as pink or blue, used with the magic lantern to give moonlight or sunrise effects, or the like, to pictures from plain or uncolored slides.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Tinter one who, or that which, tints: a special kind of slide used with the magic-lantern to give moonlight effects, &c
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. tinctus.

Usage

In literature:

You can do that, Mr Tinter?
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine -- Volume 57, No. 351, January 1845" by Various
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In news:

Laura Tinter from Dogma Bakery came on the show to share special Halloween goodies for our furry friends.
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In science:

Here, quasi1D “structure” implies twofold meanings: in their crystal structures the DCNQI/TM molecules assemble in a stacking manner, and, in their electronic structures the transfer integrals in the interchain direction, tinter , are one order of magnitude smaller than those in the intrachain direction, tintra .
Theoretical Aspects of Charge Ordering in Molecular Conductors
In the electronic sector, there exist two kinds of interchain couplings; one is the single particle hopping between the chains (tinter ) and the other is the mutual Coulomb interaction between electrons in different chains (Vinter ).
Theoretical Aspects of Charge Ordering in Molecular Conductors
As mentioned in § 2.1, tintra/tinter is of the order of 10 in the DCNQI and TM salts, while the interchain Vinter may be of the same order with the intrachain Vintra .
Theoretical Aspects of Charge Ordering in Molecular Conductors
There are quantum chemistry studies for TM2X actually showing that it the case.46, 47 The interchain hopping tinter generates warping of the Fermi surface in the non-interacting band structure.
Theoretical Aspects of Charge Ordering in Molecular Conductors
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