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cerebration

 [ser″ĕ-bra´shun]
normal and appropriate activity of the brain.

cer·e·bra·tion

(ser'ĕ-brā'shŭn),
Activity of the mental processes; thinking.
See also: mentation, cognition.

cerebration

/cer·e·bra·tion/ (ser″ah-bra´shun) functional activity of the brain.

cer·e·bra·tion

(ser'ĕ-brā'shŭn)
Activity of the mental processes; thinking.
See also: cognition

cerebration

Thinking.

cer·e·bra·tion

(ser'ĕ-brā'shŭn)
Activity of the mental processes; thinking.
See also: mentation, cognition

cerebration

functional activity of the brain.
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I do not think that cerebration sessions can be left unguided.
One thing about his "spiritual Aeneid" (Ronald Knox's phrase) is clear: Outside factors may have helped it along, including the newly gentle political climate, but it fundamentally derived from pitiless cerebration.
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Newton's photo tells us that material saturation, symbolized by the folds of fabric around Versace's naked chest, and the cloud of cerebration rising directly above his head can immobilize even the most creative person and sever him from his ability to invent.
The only thing left is private cerebration of the Mass.
Lawrence Bowling also dismisses the significance of Benjy's use of indirect quotation: "Even this much cerebration seems almost out of character for Benjy" (556).
Science and theology will not get us to that point, cerebration is not enough.
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What cerebration accompanied his frequentative act?
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SC: I made the great discovery that when the tank runs dry you've only to leave it alone and it will fill up again in time, while you are asleep--also while you are at work at other things and are quite unaware that this unconscious and profitable cerebration is going on.