"We have an Islamic government, an interior ministry trying to purify its image, and a conservative masculine society," he says.
From just past the city limits came Ernest Hemingway to purify the American language and create another heroic legend.
“I picture scientists finding new ways to purify water, or diagnose disease,” Sindi says.
Justice can purify most of the international horrors of the world far better than "benevolence."
Germany, he said, had been divinely ordained to conquer the world and purify it.
They are fountains of living waters, which purify the mind and make their possessors happy.
The legislator must purify them, and if he be not a despot he will find this task to be a difficult one.
The goddesses Uatchet and Nekhebet purify thee at the eighth hour of the night and at the eighth hour of the day.
That your error may not increase, I will endeavour to purify your soul.'
In chemical laboratories ordinary water is distilled in order to purify it for chemical work.
early 14c., "free from spiritual pollution," from Old French purefier "purify, cleanse, refine" (12c.), from Latin purificare "to make pure," from purus "pure" (see pure) + root of facere "to make" (see factitious). Meaning "free from extraneous matter" is recorded from mid-15c. Related: Purified; purifying.
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