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brainpan

(brān′păn′)
n.
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Biden was just calling it as he sees it on Russia, but to upend the contents of his brainpan in front of a Wall Street Journal reporter, on the heels of a diplomatic initiative by the Obama administration that sent both President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to Moscow bearing ''reset buttons'' and promises to open a new era of mutual respect and improved relations, was immensely counter-productive.
for determining genre--in fact, I absolutely reject them, although I confess that they are of great importance to boys and those who have more brainpan than brain; I confess that they convey something to the unlearned" (Reeds, 2004, p.
I said, 'I don't tell people not to stick the fuel nozzle up their nose and fill their brainpan with diesel either.
This phrase suggests that the pathways and habits of the brain are projected outwards from the human brainpan on to the world, through imagination, invention, and rationalization.
His supporting cast is full of eccentrics: Randy who needs his brainpan "hosed out"; Sandy, the former soldier and local entertainer; the beautiful and intelligent Gerty; even Russian spy Igor Gouzenko makes an appearance.