Etymology
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rigor mortis 

"characteristic stiffening of the body caused by contraction of muscles after death," 1837, from Latin rigor "stiffness" (see rigor) + mortis, genitive of mors "death" (see mortal).

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de rigueur 
1849, French, literally "of strictness," thus "according to obligation of convention." See rigor.
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