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pur·ist

 (pyo͝or′ĭst)
n.
One who practices or urges strict correctness, especially in the use of words.

pu·ris′tic (pyo͝o-rĭs′tĭk) adj.
pu·ris′ti·cal·ly adv.
Translations
puristisk

puristic

adj, puristically
advpuristisch
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As the newest member of Mercedes-Benzs new E-Class family, the four-seat cabriolet, with its classic fabric soft top, combines puristic, sensuous design with long-distance comfort and the latest technology.
As the newest member of Mercedes-Benz's new E-Class family, the four-seat cabriolet, with its classic fabric soft top, combines puristic, sensuous design with long-distance comfort and the latest technology.
As the newest member of Mercedes-Benz[yen]AaAaAeAcs new E-Class family, the four-seat cabriole with its classic fabric soft top, combines puristic, sensuous design with long-distance comfort and the latest technology.
It was important to us to create for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class puristic, reduced contours that emphasize its intelligent engineering, says Stefan Handt, head of Exterior Design, Lights & Parts at Mercedes-Benz.
Citterio: This series combines puristic contours with organically flowing shapes, resulting in an unmistakable design language.
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Halbfass concludes, "Concerning the semantic relation of darsana and 'philosophy' and the applicability of the European word 'philosophy' to the Indian tradition of thought, I agree completely with Mohanty that there is no justification for a puristic and Eurocentric restriction of the scope of philosophy and for an exclusion of India from the historiography of philosophy.
Special leather and chrome accents have been used to convey a puristic impression that matches the vehicle concept of a full-fledged urban electric car.
Meanwhile, the cool appeal of the Ice series provides a lighter alternative, using aluminium, silver rear-printed glass and chrome to accentuate a puristic design statement.
In fact, the McMichaels were so puristic in their curatorial pursuits that they refused what some consider the most generous gift ever offered to the collection: Paul Peel's After the Bath.
The 19th century witnessed puristic language standardization, including avoidance of Swedishisms.
Even the vehicle's functional equipment underscores its puristic motor racing character, and makes it instantly recognisable as something unusual; the upward-opening doors, the air intake in the roof between the wing doors, the two roof-mounted aerials for pit radio and telemetry as well as the no-profile 19" racing slicks emphasize the racing laboratory functions.