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petrification

the process of mineralization of an organism (fossilization) through saturation by a solution of minerals.
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But taking a leaf not from Karl Marx but Chico--"Who ya gonna believe, me or your own eyes?"--it's a safe bet that cultural revolutions end in counterrevolution or petrification. And, presumptuous elites or not, if ever there was a country with no tolerance for petrification, it is ours.
For one "to be / on terms with time" would require a continuity of liturgical tradition, of faith, of worship; but such is "impossible" in this place of "desolate sequestration." The agents of Henry VIII left behind only scenes of death: "petrification" and "mouldering altars." The result is the temptation to succumb to the "lure" of a spiritual depression, which seems to be the social and spiritual condition of the English.
Quadro 1--Pesquisa em bases de dados por terminologias Analise Analise de Termos Analise e combinatoria palavras encontrados Selecao dos artigos encontrados Termo Cluster + Foram Petrification Artigos Termos selecionadas as Saturation encontrados: 49 utilizados em palavras Stagnating ciclo de vida: associadas ao Exit Selecionados Introducao conceito de Exhaustion dentro do Crescimento declinio Decline escopo da Maturidade Declustering pesquisa: 2 Declinio Fonte: Elaborado pelos autores (2018).
"Hawthorne, Mill, and Sartre: Petrification and Tyranny in Roth's 'The Conversion of the Jews' and When She Was Good." Papers on Language & Literature, vol.
Postmortem examination was carried out within 24 hours and petrification had not occurred on the body and organs.
From the point of human factors, coal, petrification, motor vehicles, and iron and steel industrial emissions are the major source of the BTH region, which has a close relationship with the spatial distribution of population.
Slowly, over time, the cells of the once living polyps were replaced with minerals through the process of petrification. Furthermore, as material settling down from above continued to pile up on top of the old reefs, the deposits became so thick that pressure turned everything into rock.
Coleridge certainly establishes Classical statuary as representative of the Statuesque, but he also in a letter to Sir Joshua Reynolds lambasts the great Bernini's baroque statues for "picture petrification" and "excess of fancy over imagination, the aggregate over the unifying faculty," and at other times criticizes contemporary statues for a profusion of unnecessary details, like marbled periwigs.
Typically, tree fossils are formed through petrification, in which the tissues of the dead tree are submerged in soil.
A gray, bureaucratic science would only contribute to the "petrification of the spirit" he deplores and place one more bar in the iron-cage.
Autrement dit, [beaucoup moins que]les informations faisant etat de la petrification de la viande a cause de la nature de l'alimentation du betail ou d'une maladie grave, sont infondees et relevent du pur mensonge[beaucoup plus grand que], a martele Aziz Akhannouch.