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ossified

o suh fahyd

  • v  become bony
    The tissue ossified
  • v  make rigid and set into a conventional pattern
    ossified teaching methods
  • v  cause to become hard and bony
    The disease ossified the tissue
  • s  set in a rigidly conventional pattern of behavior, habits, or beliefs
    an ossified bureaucratic system

  • But the change of scenery breathes no new life into these once-exciting characters that have ossified into little more than corporate icons.
  • Compared with the flamboyantly inflexible Fidel, the beardless and bespectacled Ral is an earthier, more pragmatic figure, who has nudged his country's ossified economy toward .
  • Beset by economic and social stagnation that makes it among the most ossified slices of Old Europe, it is stuck with a stubbornly low birth-rate that means Italians are not even .
News & Articles

  • Maddow Predicts Doomsday For GOP: Gay Marriage Rulings Will ‘Come Crashing Down On Republican Party’
    In Republican world, it is a very different world than the rest of us are living, when it comes to The Gay,Rachel Maddow said in a blistering segment taking the mainstream GOP to task for their ossified position on homosexuality. Maddow says their staunch refusal to liberalize on gay issues is about to be tested in two different ways: when the Employment Non-Discrimination Act comes up for a ...
    June 15, 2013 - Mediaite

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