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pureblood

(pyo͝or′blŭd′) or pure·blood·ed (-blŭd′ĭd)
adj.
Of unmixed ancestry; purebred.
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They developed certain blood strains with breed names to signify the tasks for which the dogs were most useful, and they established a strain of pureblooded dogs that fanciers tried to keep untainted>> (p.
The title of the book is therefore inappropriate because pureblooded Tainos (100 percent Amerindian mix) became extinct probably by the late sixteenth or early seventeenth century as survivors mixed biologically and culturally with Spaniards, Africans, and others who came to Puerto Rico in the succeeding decades and centuries.
Pureblooded cattle can be expensive and it takes awhile to breed up a herd.
The stark contrast between heathen ethnics and Han heroes takes place within a clear narrative arc--the tale's conservative denouement implies that, having abandoned themselves to the pleasures of the flesh, the non-Hans are destined to forever remain inferior in the martial arts, endowed with a partial physical-technical mastery and relying on malicious and devious subterfuge but lacking the mental means, inner strength and spiritual quietude that pureblooded, responsible, and chaste Han heroes are able to commix with their superior gongfu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], making them martial arts masters and respected champions of the jianghu world.