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CARLY SIMON ALBUM
Spy (Carly Simon); Pure Sin

simon-pure      
¦ adjective completely genuine or honest.
Origin
C18: from (the real) Simon Pure, a character in Centlivre's A Bold Stroke for a Wife (1717), who for part of the play is impersonated by another character.
Simon-pure      
·add. ·adj Genuine; true; real; authentic;
- a term alluding to the comedy character Simon Pure, who is impersonated by another and is obliged to prove himself to be the "real Simon Pure.".
Pure Oil         
  • station in Monroe, Wisconsin]], built in 1935.
  • Postcard showing a Pure Oil station and a lunch counter, ca. 1930-1945.
U.S. BRAND OF FUEL RETAILERS OWNED BY PURE OIL JOBBERS COOPERATIVE, INC.
Pure Oil Company; Ohio Cities Gas Company
Pure Oil Company was an American petroleum company founded in 1914 and sold to what is now Union Oil Company of California in 1965. The Pure Oil name returned in 1993 as a cooperative (based in Rock Hill, South Carolina since 2008) which has grown to supply 350 members in 10 Southern states.

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Spy (Carly Simon album)

Spy is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Carly Simon, released by Elektra Records, on June 30, 1979.

The title of the album is a tribute to Anaïs Nin, whose quote "I am an international spy in the house of love", is written across the top on the inside jacket. Simon dedicated the album to producer Arif Mardin, in which she wrote in the liner notes, "Dedicated to Arif who is himself fantastic." It is also Simon's last album for Elektra Records, she signed with Warner Bros. Records and released Come Upstairs the following year.