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Synonyms for ossify
make rigid and set into a conventional pattern
cause to become hard and bony
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The branchial horn I of the hyoid apparatus begins to ossify
at the end of stage 17.
19 mm NL) and are beginning to ossify
at 12 DPH (2.
The Dutch Republic was an early modern and modern marvel, developing markets and products far beyond the relatively small limits of its national borders, but as other states emulated its commercial and technological methods its aspirations for empire began to ossify
If there is a risk, it is that IVF might instead ossify
the definition of family, stressing insularity above openness, the appearance of a "natural" pregnancy over adoption, genetic legacy over less rigidly defined familial bonds.
Caudal skeleton elements begin to ossify
at this stage, beginning at the base of each.
But human "dignity" and "mystery" can easily ossify