nonglare

nonglare

(ˌnɒnˈɡlɛə)
adj
(of a colour, paint, or surface) dull rather than shiny

non•glare

(nɒnˈglɛər)

n.
1. lack of glare; soft, diffused light.
adj.
2. helping to eliminate or lessen glare: a nonglare coating on eyeglasses.
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The black matte nonglare nitrocarburized finish is durable--it stood up to the testing as well as the various bumps and dings that the gun was exposed to during the lengthy photo shoot.
The rear of the slide is serrated 40 Ipi for a nonglare surface.
1-inch-long, cold hammer-forged, medium-contour barrel with a l:7-inch twist and a threaded (5/8-24) muzzle; integral scope mounts; nonglare adjustable sights; a black, glass-reinforced nylon, fixed stock; and a synthetic, ventilated handguard.
The design focuses on several key evidence-based design principles, including natural daylight and views, access to the outdoors, improved air quality, and the use of nonglare materials and lighting throughout.
All signs that provide directional information must be ADA compliant, so a nonglare background is key, he adds.
Made from steel with a nonglare finish, the 4 in 1 Crimper ($21.
When will Adobe PDFs offer a nonglare, nonwhite space option?
The E-ink Kindles and NOOKs can be read in sunlight and feature very highresolution type as well as a nonglare screen.
Two glare samples are considered contiguous if they are separated by at most one nonglare sample.
Evonik Cyro LLC of Parsippany, New Jersey, USA, has developed Acrylite Resist A-99 and Acrylite Pop Touch acrylic sheet products to meet demand for ADA-compliant nonglare signage in point-of-purchase merchandising.
The Apex Pro also features continuous auto-focus with manual override, a large nonglare reading table, and several different viewing modes, including two full-color viewing modes.