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ossified

slang Extremely intoxicated from alcohol. People kept buying me shots for my birthday, so I was ossified by the time I left the bar.

ossified

(ˈɑsəfɑɪd)
mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. (From stoned (out).) How can anybody be so ossified on four beers?
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This ossified complex was shown as a continuous band of osseous tissue extending from base of skull to hyoid bone lying on upper lateral neck.
In present study, we found 12.5% incidence of completely ossified STSL which is close to findings of Jadhav et al [9] (10.57%).
Ossified soft tissue leiomyoma in a patient with sickle cell anemia.
The patient with this type of ossified ovarian mass wish to preserve their fertility, while ossified malignant lesions is always treated surgically.
"Children younger than age 2 are at particularly high risk for neurological injury because the skull is not fully ossified and small forces may lead to penetration of the skull and dura," says Dr.
All of us had witnessed the industry horror of '70s rock and the brilliant crash-and-burn resurrection of music's vitality at the hands of the punks, and knew well how even the upheavals of '68 ossified into the bounded pruderies of political correctness we were hell-bent on defying, so can we be blamed for believing that the key ingredient was fun?
In that case, government will go on being clumsy and dysfunctional, a giant frozen mass of ossified programs trapped in a perpetual cash crunch.
However, the first asset, as I see it, is that teaching keeps you involved with the young so that you tend not to become socially ossified. Teaching keeps you mentally as well as physically active.
The five known examples of fossilized dinosaur embryos all have visibly ossified pelvises, suggesting that they would have hit the ground running.
"I have difficulty understandinghow a man of such intelligence and of such a sense of history and culture has allowed himself to become ossified politically,' Szulc said.
RESULT: Ossified transverse scapular ligament (as shown in fig.) was observed in two dry left scapulae showing the presence of suprascapular foramen in dry scapula.
The National Gallery's retrospective offers a welcome chance to return to Calder himself, to a beauty ossified long enough under the weight of too many baby-crib mobiles and hack public commissions.
After Perot's success in 1992, the throw-the-bums-out fervor represented by the term limits movement, and 1994's congressional upheaval, never in living memory have conditions seemed more propitious for a real realignment in the ossified two-party system.
The originality of Cunningham's dance vision - the sort of imagination that thirty years ago would offer works as varied as Rune, Summerspace, Winterbranch, and Nocturnes - has become ossified. It is now pallid and pastel, flat-footed classroom classicism, the bland coloration of which doubtless derives in part from the jettisoning of the artistic counsel of painters such as Robert Rauschenberg, for the chic and prettier concepts of designers such as Mark Lancaster.