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pureblood

(pyo͝or′blŭd′) or pure·blood·ed (-blŭd′ĭd)
adj.
Of unmixed ancestry; purebred.
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P for Pureblood: A pureblood is someone who is born to two magical parents, while a squib is someone who was born to a wizarding family but cannot do magic.
La ceba offers a masterful parody of reality in a land whose natives strive to remain pure despite the avalanche of "impure" xarnego immigrants, many of whom, paradoxically, will become, in time, more Catalanist than the pureblood Catalans.
With this brilliant twist, we discover that Dumbledore has more in common than we could have imagined with Snape, a pureblood supremacist who was snapped to his senses and brought to the side of right by the tragic death of a loved one--for which he was at least indirectly responsible.
He celebrates Purebloods and despises any wizards with muggle lineage--derogatively referred to as Mudbloods.
The hybrids now have the same protection as the purebloods that they so closely resemble, says Al Donner of the U.