- v. alternative spelling of fossilize.
- v. convert to a fossil
- v. become mentally inflexible
“Anyway the dunes are younger and would appear to be able to tell us about climate changes that may have occured in the area - this includes looking for 'fossilise' hirax poo but these are rare.”
“As I have mentioned before – it took 20 million years to capture and fossilise the forests and micro-organisms of the Carboniferous Period - giving us our coal and oil.”
“But intent doesn't fossilise, not even in bog bodies :- And as you say, the boundaries blur because human behaviour is rarely clear cut.”
“• Giving certainty of funding when long-term investment is needed but does not fossilise funding at the expense of innovation;”
“He had reached his zenith, I suppose: had begun to fossilise, as men do when they cease to grow.”
“This doesn't mean endlessly harking back to the past or attempting to fossilise traditions or keep up childish things....it involves celebrating each passing year, noting it, remembering things as part of something alive and valuable.”
“There is a problem identifying reproductively isolated species from fossil taxa because the biological properties that make one population isolated from another do not fossilise.”
“Britain seemed to fossilise into a paralysis of self-defeating normalcy.”
“The earlier in strata you look the lifeforms are smaller and harder to fossilise by their internal construction.”
“Little minds soon come to terms with themselves and the world, and then fossilise; but the others flourish, and are always alive and in motion.”
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