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Synonyms for half-blooded

(of animals) having only one purebred parent

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Martinez, David Nirenberg, Juan Hernandez Franco, James Amelang, and others have shown the origins of limpieza in late medieval Spain, tracing the development of institutionally specific blood purity statutes alongside the rise of the Inquisition.
The hair on the neck is also cut to show the length and beauty of the neck, said Al-Hajri, adding that all these points are essential for evaluating the beauty and blood purity of the goat.
The attractive little ruddy ducks have, therefore, been sentenced to death in the name of blood purity.
In the section on female genealogies that follows, Marina Brownlee looks at the way the seventeenth-century Spanish writer Maria de Zayas used her short stories and her own constructed persona as a writer to undermine "colonial discourses" of race, blood purity, and gender.
However, Dopico Black argues that the play presents a provocative critique of both the honour system and the inquisitorial heremeneutics that informed it, especially through the enforcement of blood purity laws.
She argues that, in contrast with eighteenth-century caste paintings by artists like Miguel Cabrera, which she views as products of a concern to demarcate clear racial categories in order to maintain the privileges associated with the blood purity statutes, the depictions offered in the Periquillo critically explore the interactions and violence between the different racial groups of New Spain (98-112).
Spokes-man Ursula Bates said: "Animal Aid believes conservation should be about protecting habitat, not killing animals in the name of blood purity.