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pure line

1. The progeny of a single homozygous individual obtained by self-fertilization.
2. The progeny of an individual reproducing asexually by simple fission, or by buds, runners, or stolons.
3. The progeny of two homozygous individuals reproducing sexually.
See also: line
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The presence of Charlie Appleby's A Wolverhampton third Bittern and Ralph Beckett's Dunstall Park runner-up Pure Line should ensure Dreamlike is a backable price and she is fancied to get the job done in an interesting event for the time of year.
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Rather than seeking to produce a pure line of anarchist thought, the book traces influences, continuities and discontinuities, networks of association: a culture of anarchist ideas refracted through novels, essays, journalism, and political pamphlets, in fields ranging from sexology to town planning.
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