Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of fossilize.

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Examples

  • French culinary movement Le Fooding has championed the goals of these restaurants, as well as criticized the influence of the Michelin Guide, accusing it of "fossilizing" French cuisine.

    Better, Cheaper French Cuisine

  • She found meaning in the opportunity to open her own restaurant in the spot where a bankrupt one had been fossilizing.

    Book review: 'Blood, Bones & Butter' delectable when chef Hamilton's in charge

  • Those are things that must be driven by industry because prescriptive policy mandates would quite likely have the unintended consequence of fossilizing cloud technologies while they are still in their early stages of development.

    Robert Holleyman: How Will Hackers Fare in the Cloud?

  • So one of the first items that I think we should think about is a "sunlight campaign" (transparency in processes that involve our democracy's citizens) that could in turn enhance our ability to monetize the value of fossilizing sunshine.

    Alison Wise: The Clean Economist: Clean "Corruption"

  • With this policy fossilizing on the table for more than a year, the addition of yet two more months following a series of closed door meetings with the telcos and cable companies is, well, pretty transparently political.

    Bohemian neutrality

  • The trail was pitted, and the undergrowth had not been cut back for so long that it scraped at the side of my car, but I spotted broken branches and crushed vegetation in places, and the tracks of a heavy vehicle were clear in the dirt, like the slowly fossilizing footprints of a dinosaur.

    The Whisperers

  • — Four Centuries Later Immigration waters the dry garden of the Pilgrim story, keeping it from fossilizing into mere historical relic.

    A Pilgrim in Provincetown

  • Immigration waters the dry garden of the Pilgrim story, keeping it from fossilizing into mere historical relic or branding fodder.

    A Pilgrim in Provincetown

  • So one of the first items that I think we should think about is a "sunlight campaign" transparency in processes that involve our democracy's citizens that could in turn enhance our ability to monetize the value of fossilizing sunshine.

    Alison Wise: The Clean Economist: Clean "Corruption"

  • Perhaps this is because chimpanzees live in forests, which don't provide good fossilizing conditions.

    The Angry Evolutionist

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