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purple

 [pur´p'l]
1. a color between blue and red.
2. a substance of this color used as a dye or indicator.
visual purple rhodopsin.

pur·ple

(pŭr'pĕl),
A color formed by a mixture of blue and red. For individual purple dyes see specific name.
[L. purpura]

purple

/pur·ple/ (pur´p'l)
1. a color between blue and red.
2. a substance of this color used as a dye or indicator.

visual purple  rhodopsin.
Drug slang A regional term for ketamine
Fringe medicine/Quackery A colour believed to be good for emotional problems, rheumatism, epilepsy, reducing pain, deep tissue work, bones, as understood in the context of the pseudoscience known as colour therapy

pur·ple

(pŭr'pĕl)
A color formed by a mixture of blue and red.
[L. purpura]

purple 

A mixture, in suitable proportions, of short wave radiations (less than 400 nm) and long wave radiations (greater than 700 nm). It is a complementary colour to yellow-green. Purples are colour stimuli represented on the chromaticity diagram by the straight line joining the ends of the spectrum locus. Syn. non-spectral colour; non-spectral purple.

purple

1. a color between blue and red.
2. a substance of this color used as a dye or indicator.

purple cudweed
purple-flowered bell vine
ipomoeapurpurea.
purple-flowered morning glory
ipomoeapurpurea.
purple-leafed goosefoot
purple loco
astragalusmollisimus.
purple mint
purple pigeon grass
setariaincrassata.
purple plume grass
purple rattlebox
sesbaniapunicea.
purple top
verbenabonariensis.
purple sesbane
sesbaniapunicea.
purple viper's bugloss
echiumplantagineum.
visual purple
rhodopsin.

Patient discussion about purple

Q. what is a purple spot on penis

A. could be some kind of hematoma- a bruise, blood vessels that bleed internally and caused a"papula". if you press it and it changes color to white- that could be it. if not, here are some more suggestions:
http://menshealth.about.com/od/diseasesconditions/a/penis_spots.htm

Q. why my hands are getting purple and freezing?

A. thank you, but these answers are not correct answers for my question

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IT has wonderful banana-like leaves, either in green, purply green or green striped with yellow, plus brilliant red, pink and yellow flowers for maximum impact.
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The final 15 - 10 women and five men - were a mixed bunch, young and old, a girl with frizzy blonde hair, a balding, elderly man who walked with a limp, another in a black polo neck and leather jacket who was not perhaps quite as young as his clothes, and a lady in an expensive purply blue suit who, even if she doesn't, looked as if she comes from Morningside.
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