Here is West’s Headnote of the Day:
It is not enough merely to mention a possible argument in a brief in the most skeletal way, leaving the court to do counsel’s work, create the ossature for the argument, and put flesh on its bones. Alejandro-Martinez v. Ortiz-Vazquez, 485 Fed.Appx. 441 (1st Cir. 2012).
Let me go out on a limb here. It’s from the First Circuit, and it uses a word like ossature. My guess is that the opinion’s author is Judge Bruce Selya. I will hit the publish button; then I will look up the decision. Don’t let the suspense kill you, because there’s not much risk here.