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- n. spectacles that are darkened or polarized to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun
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They wear dark glasses and drive flashy four-tracks and watch pornographic movies with their friends.
Zac glanced at the two security officers who stood on either side of Preston’s expansive teak desk; both were dressed identically — dark suits with the breast pockets bearing the PTSI logo, dark ties, dark glasses — and both held Uzi submachine guns.
The driver wore dark glasses and a pointed beard like Dieudonne's.
Lipton—in a fake beard and mustache, dark glasses on, cap pulled down tight, the LIPTON CONSTRUCTION lettering on his jacket standing out in bold red letters against the denim background—walks down the hall, leading Jenna Patrick down the familiar path to the lap-dance cubicles.
Outside, she bought a pair of thick-rimmed dark glasses from a street vendor and put them on.
They could barely make out the Las Vegas Stars logo on the ball cap, and the large dark glasses gave him the appearance of an oversized insect.
At close quarters she had watched discreetly, cool and elegant behind inscrutable dark glasses on the hotel or Yacht Club terrace or on a bench near the Southampton ferry just along from where his boat was moored.