pur et dur

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From the French pur et dur, literally meaning "pure and hard"

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pur et dur (plural pur et durs)

  1. (Canada, politics) a term used in Quebec politics to refer to hardliners of the Quebec independence movement.

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pur et dur m (plural purs et durs)

  1. (Quebec, politics) pur et dur

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