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But, for Post and Senning, who co-host the popular, entertaining podcast “Awesome Etiquette,” etiquette is as far from being an ossified, exclusionary code of manners as we are from being the Dowager having tea at Downton.20th edition of Emily Post’s ‘Etiquette’ offers updated advice on pronouns and much more|Kathi Wolfe|October 13, 2022|Washington Blade
So, we went through this era in the 90s and 2000s, when that should’ve been open and simple, fast-moving and agile, to instead being bogged down and ossified, and very slowly moving.Building the future with software-based 5G networking|MIT Technology Review Insights|December 15, 2021|MIT Technology Review
They create ossified institutions, paralyzed by groupthink and incapable of self-reflection.
Who would you think more likely to reform an ossified economic system?
Although it makes no sense, this simplistic line has been repeated ad nauseam until it has ossified into accepted fact.
She only wrote two novels, but they establish her as the chronicler of an ossified generation unable to move forward in life.
The bones are ossified in a great part of their extent, and the rudiments of the second set of teeth are visible, under the first.
It is again to development that we must turn to discover the true relationship of the cartilaginous to the ossified skull.Form and Function|E. S. (Edward Stuart) Russell
So that it might have been present in a fossil animal without being ossified and preserved.
The tail is elongated like that of Dimorphodon, and bordered in the same way by ossified ligaments.
The mentomecklians are ossified, but separated by cartilage medially.Neotropical Hylid Frogs, Genus Smilisca|William E. Duellman