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    ... the cigarettes had a lower tar content or were generally less harmful.

    Hello.

    BBC NEWS | Health | Cigarette branding 'misleading'
    The results from 800 adult smokers and 500 teenagers, all in the UK, also showed that lighter-coloured packaging led people to believe the cigarettes had a lower tar content or were generally less harmful.

    Can I say "... had less tart ..." instead of had a lower tar content?

    Thank you.

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    Re: ... the cigarettes had a lower tar content or were generally less harmful.

    "had less tar" is also okay.

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