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pureblood

(pyo͝or′blŭd′) or pure·blood·ed (-blŭd′ĭd)
adj.
Of unmixed ancestry; purebred.
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Biracial individuals and multicultural families have long been a part of the Korean society; however, they have largely been ignored or dismissed due to the dominant ideology of a "pureblood" Korean race.
The event is also set to enthrall families and the general public with polo demonstrations, an equestrian-themed Art Gallery, Spanish horse "ballet" performances, a Heritage Village and the Horse Auction for Arabian purebloods among others.
Hermione, by contrast, is romantically linked with an elite Quidditch player, a member of one of the oldest Pureblood families, and (erroneously) with Harry Potter himself.
Sonmi-451: No matter if we're born in a tank or a womb, we are all Pureblood.
As long as stinky Albanians are not involved in these sports, we will achieve a lot of success; everywhere our pureblood Macedonians show up, we will achieve victories!" If Hitler would have read this he would try to associates it with the Aryan (white) race, and if we would remind him the cheering "gas chambers for Albanians" ...
Just 11 days prior, 71 pureblood bison, descendants from one of Montana's last wild herds, were released nearby, Schweber reports.
But Conan's vendetta becomes a battle to save civilisation as Zym and his witchy daughter (former model Rose McGowan) search for a 'pureblood' (former model Rachel Nichols) who'll allow them to rule the kingdom of Hyboria.
(30) Attitudes very deeply rooted in historic stigmatizations of the 'other,' an aspect which since the early Spanish nation-state project was founded in 1492 blended 'Arabophobia' and Islamophobia, were legitimized by continually overlapping 'pureblood laws' that merged a supposedly biological, ethnic and religious terminology, giving way to 'Moorophobia.' (31)
This normativization of the vampire was attended by narratives of race and class, whether as the total war between pureblood and merely "turned" vampires (in Blade) or the same conflict via the detour of the werewolf, now the vampire's excluded double.
The Pureblood Flight of Death is airborne His word is law; you are nothing, Ay-rabs Starving infants clinging to a mother's corpse Drugged cockroaches Disobey him?
However, as Elaine Ostry notes, it is another pureblood, Ron, who acts as "the mouthpiece of common prejudices" and shrinks back from Lupin, a teacher he previously respected (95).