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purpure

(ˈpɜːpjʊə)
n, adj
(Heraldry) (usually postpositive) heraldry purple
[Old English from Latin purpura purple]

pur•pure

(ˈpɜr pyʊər)
n.
the heraldic color purple.
[before 900; Middle English, Old English < Latin purpura purple]
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References in classic literature ?
This is how it came to pass that Clement Chardin des Lupeaulx, whose father was ennobled under Louis XV., and who beareth quarterly, first, argent, a wolf ravisant carrying a lamb gules; second, purpure, three mascles argent, two and one; third, paly of twelve, gules and argent; fourth, or, on a pale endorsed, three batons fleurdelises gules; supported by four griffon's-claws jessant from the sides of the escutcheon, with the motto "En Lupus in Historia," was able to surmount these rather satirical arms with a count's coronet.
CHAMPION Sanita Purpure became European champ yesterday
Lajmi et al., "Immune thrombocytopenic purpure and coeliac disease," Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, vol.
No evidence of active vasculitis was present, namely, constitutional symptoms, purpure, arthralgia, membranous glomerulonephritis, and peripheral neuropathy.
Trichoderma and Purpure ocillium genera are the most promising biocontrol fungi for Meloidogyne spp.
There are essentially two species of Kachnar namely; Bauhinia variegata and Bauhinia purpure. These species are native to sub-tropical mountainous region of Pakistan and grow in abundance.
The relevant details are those summarized by Purdy as follows: In European heraldry, "[t]here are the five 'colors'--gules (red), azure (blue), vert (green), purpure (purple) and sable (black)--the two 'metals'--or (gold or yellow) and argent (silver or white) [...].
(Allen et al., 1998; Arab et al.,2006; Brisibe et al., 2008; de Almeida et al., 2012), Azadirachta indica (Tipu et al., 2002; Abbas et al., 2006; Biu et al., 2006; Toulah et al., 2010), Beta vulgaris (Ko et al., 1994; Augustine et al., 1997; Kettunen et al., 2001; Klasing et al., 2002), Camellia sinensis (Jang et al., 2007); Curcuma longa (Allen et al., 1998; Abbas et al., 2010;Khalafalla et al., 2011), Echinacea purpure (Allen, 2003),Origanum vulgare (Giannesnas et al., 2003), Saccharum officinarum (El-Abasy et al., 2003), Triticum aestivum (Allen et al., 1998) and Yucca schidigera (Alfaro et al.,2007).
Sickle-cell disease, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpure, Von Willembrand's disease, cyclic neutropenia and severe thrombocytopenia associated to malaria and dengue hemorrhagic fever, were the main causes of hematologic admissions.
Pearson had apparently recovered from his spear wound but was soon suffering from a malady known as purpure, which is a disease characterised by purple or livid spots on the skin.
My favorite, however, remains the awkward arms of the baron of Sevelinge that shows, instead of an open book, a small "purpure bookcase," with two shelves, "replenish with books or," twenty-four books, to be exact, pell mell (p.