"He was certainly serious--a twinge of ossified
conscience or something; and so I considered with grave deliberation for a moment.
Many of them get ossified
with the dry diet; self-control is so continually their thought, so perpetually their object, that at last it absorbs the softer and more agreeable qualities of their nature; and they die mere models of austerity, fashioned out of a little parchment and much bone.
He drew his hands down his face, and it emerged, bony, unchanged of expression, as if all the tissues had been ossified
. All the passion was in those big brown hands.
CONCLUSION: Abnormally long styloid process either due to ossified
stylohyoid ligament or ossified
stylohyoid complex is associated with various clinical conditions.
Such offers, like the institutions that extend them, are a thicket of needless bureaucracy ossified
into ritual and require the university's chancellor to submit the nomination for the board of trustees' approval, a process largely viewed as ceremonial.
Five hundred years later and York and Leicester are both claiming the ossified
remains of a hunchbacked tyrant.
What does the future hold for this ossified
And they showed, for example, mice normally have 13 pairs of ribs and the exposed mice sometimes had less or their cartilage was ossified
, meaning it was kind of fused.
IN 1918, new dad Thomas Button abandons his baby, disgusted that he looks like an old man, with ossified
bones and wrinkled skin.
Yet the myth that he was in charge, which began during his lifetime, ossified
into schoolbook history.
SUMMARY: The aim of this study was to verify the prevalence of the ossified
superior transverse scapular ligament (STSL) on dry bones of scapulae.
"Any further progress toward understanding the most fundamental constituents of the universe will require physicists to abandon the now ossified
ideology" of string theory, writes Woit.