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pure

(pyūr),
Unadulterated; free from admixture or contamination with any extraneous matter.
[L. purus]

pure

(pūr) free from mixture with or contamination by other materials.

pure

[pyo̅o̅r]
1 free of contamination by extraneous matter.
2 a state in which a substance contains nothing other than itself.

pure

Drug slang
noun A regional term for uncut heroin

pure

(pyūr)
Unadulterated; free from admixture or contamination with any extraneous matter.
[L. purus]
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The military institution has its own calculations to ensure the political pureness of the institution, confirming loyalty [of its members] only to the country, because this is very dangerous.
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In religious texts, the olive has been the symbol of peace, wisdom, glory, fertility, power and pureness in various references.
To remove dead skin cells and even out skin texture, an exfoliation - using either Skin Resonance Peeling for dehydrated or sensitive skin or Active Pureness Scrub for oily to combination skin - is massaged in.
The project, an initiative of the monarch, cost SR700, and was designed to guarantee the provision and pureness of Zamzam water in addition to filling and distribution it in the most advanced international automatic means.
It states that in this life goodness, kindness, pureness, honesty, truth, care, courage, accountability, RE theletter "Rise religion"-Tu e 1 3th.
You achieve all that "in pureness, in knowledge, in long suffering, in kindness, in the Holy Spirit, in love unfeigned," states the greeting letter of the Bulgarian President including a quote from Apostle Paul from Corinthians 6:6.
He had many doubts but as he trained with the North Korean side he saw their pureness.