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purify

[′pyu̇r·ə‚fī]
(computer science)
To remove errors from data.
(engineering)
To remove unwanted constituents from a substance.

Purify

A debugging tool from Pure Software.
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Both devotional and purificatory spaces were separated or cut off (Pahlavi tasidan "to cut" also meaning "to complete, make whole, create by putting together different elements" < Old Persian taxs- "to be active" Avestan tas- "to cut, fashion, shape," cf.
Rather, spaces were and still are specially set aside for purificatory rites, on the outskirts of settlements during antiquity (ca.
So direct access to performances within pure space was and is generally restricted to duly initiated, purified members of the hereditary male clergy during propitiatory rituals, and to purifiers and candidates for cleansing during purificatory rituals.
pollution--inside the limited area of purificatory precincts, so too does the sky.
radiant or glorious, and therefore undeceivable, unpollutable, or inviolable, as also, it an be suggested, are the furrows whose boundary all confusion--including the demoness Nasush to whom pollution is attributed--symbolically may not cross into during devotional ceremonies or exit from during purificatory rites.
Through rites, both propitiatory and purificatory, performed in pure ritual spaces, each performer stakes his or her claim for inclusion in pure paradisiacal space and for reunion therein with family, friends, and coreligionists after demise of the body.
On the purificatory gah, see further Choksy, Purity and Pollution in Zoroastrianism, 24-44.
In this volume Piotr Taracha presents us with a masterful edition of a purificatory ritual for members of the Hittite royal house.
the 16 mythic centers of the body, the 16 purificatory rites, the 16 notes of the gamut, etc.
Another candidate for the purificatory rites alluded to in the primary inquiry here is CTH 480, "Rituel de Samuha.
Water, honey, and saliva thus (always) have purificatory and sexual links: "The continual association of the sense-fulfillment passages with a language of purification can be interpreted in the light of the common practice of ablutions after intercourse or ejaculation that are set down in classical Semitic legal traditions" (p.