Moore was something like urban planner Robert Moses, a visionary who calcified into a tyrant.
The mood then had calcified into an anti-Bush drive for change; general election messaging was relatively easy.
This calcified Dickinson icon is hilariously inflated in the film Being John Malkovich (1999).
calcified teeth have recently been described in Myrmecobius earlier than the functional or milk set.
In Propristis schweinfurthi the tooth-sockets are not yet calcified.
The common feature in the aortic changes and in the calcified muscular coat is the element of age.
calcified arteries are readily identified in skiagrams (Fig. 65).
The wall of the aneurism is atheromatous, or calcified; the middle coat may be atrophied.
A man of forty years may therefore have the calcified, pipe stem arteries of a man of eighty.
Sometimes the centre is caseous, sometimes fibrinous or calcified.
calcify cal·ci·fy (kāl'sə-fī')
v. cal·ci·fied, cal·ci·fy·ing, cal·ci·fies
To make or become stony or chalky by deposition of calcium salts.