deossification


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Noun1.deossification - the loss of the mineral content of bone tissue
biological process, organic process - a process occurring in living organisms
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Jody Freeman, Laura Langbein, and others have demonstrated that deossification can promote deliberation without risking capture, because (1) the early inclusion of stakeholders in the decisionmaking process improves deliberation, and (2) agency bureaucrats retain ultimate decisionmaking power and remain subject to the various decisionmaking requirements that ensure transparency.
See Seidenfeld, Civic Republican, supra note 30, at 1555 (noting that the shared professional backgrounds between agencies and those they regulate can result in parochial biases, but that judicial review and staff structure can counteract this problem); Seidenfeld, Demystifying Deossification, supra note 55, at 510 (explaining how hard-look review "encourages agencies to obtain .
At first blush, it seems that super deference might contribute to deossification, at least at the margins.