brainpan


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brainpan

(brān′păn′)
n.
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An idea is not an idea until some version of it has passed through her brainpan.
Let stumps not sprout, but harbor and castle, be brainpans for a hive of thought, stirred awake and hungry and taking off for a sweeter elsewhere.
But despite their bantam brainpans, lemurs are extremely alert and inventive.
LOQUACITY IS Richard Linklater's metier: Regardless of how much or little action occurs in the course of his films, his characters talk incessantly, sometimes brilliantly, about what flumes up from their brainpans and how they perceive what goes on around them.