And who can forget your electrifying speech at the 2004 convention, extolling the pragmatic purpleness
of most of America?
From her uncanny Prince-like falsetto to purring suggestive come-on lines such as "These king-size sheets/Need more than just a queen/In between them," Keys is such a dead ringer for his Royal Purpleness
that unsuspecting listeners might think Prince has come out of the closet.
Professor Robert Vanderbei at Princeton has produced a great set of maps that graphically illustrate the nation's persistent political purpleness
And in contrast to his perfectly petite purpleness
, my date was more than 6ft 2in and, erm, quite fat.
Perhaps regular exposure has imbued a sense of purpleness
within us all which, perhaps, also links to the fact that the city is still estimated to house 30% of all UK Catholics, who associate the colour with penitence, mourning and suffering.
As with his Purpleness
, The Police gave the crowd what they wanted - greatest hits - along with a good smattering of some of their catchy album tracks - Voices Inside My Head, Driven To Tears two worthy of mention.
Embarrassment and purpleness
and cruelty could remain in the text.