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1) Purism was to be unsullied by ornament, fantasy or individuality and was to be inspired by the machine.
2) Purism was an exercise in reason and even the Dadaists arrived at their apparent absurdities by a process of rational thought.
3) No amount of purism can really purify a man.
4) Neither multilateral purism nor sentimental bonds with old allies will stop Britain cultivating bilateral ties with emerging powers, whether BRIC or sub-BRIC.
5) As opposed to the uncorrupted purism of my grandmother, Mama's language was the loosest popular slang.
6) By purism is to be understood a needless and irritating insistence on purity or correctness of speech(H. W.
7) On the theoretic level, the application of moral purism as weapon to make unlimited criticism to terrorism is the only route thoroughly solving ethical problem of terrorism.
8) It may also have taught them the folly of favouring ideological purism over electability when choosing the next Labour leader.
9) Art facilities are slashed and art market is extreme fatigue,[http://sentencedict.com/purism.html] as well as a large number of galleries in collapse. Art purism has been washed by reality becoming too difficult to erect.
10) Since it evolved over time, the modernist aesthetic is made up of many artistic movements including futurism, Bauhaus, constructivism and purism.
11) Well, concerns about the tax deal reflect realism, not purism: Mr. Obama is setting up another hostage situation a year down the road.
12) Kai-wing Chow (1995) has suggested a much better term to describe the Sung sense of return to classical values: purism.
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