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- adj. Having an abnormally small head
- n. A microcephalic person
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a small head; having the cranial cavity small; -- opposed to
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having an unusually small cranium.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having an abnormally small head and underdeveloped brain
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As long as they have their personal ideology cloudin 'their closed conscience continuously, we will dub them as microcephalic imbeciles.
We have come to the conclusion that the conservatives have transformed themselves into microcephalic imbeciles.
Drool splattered keyboards, sweat forming on their foreheads as they rack their microcephalic craniums for anything remotely witty … a BIG … FAT … ZERO!
Is that too much for your microcephalic existance?
As I focused on their faces and bodies, I could see that many of them were growth stunted and some were microcephalic (small heads due to brain damage, malnutrition, infection); their faces were covered with molluscum contagiosum (virally mediated warts) and impetigo.
A new report in Science has come out firmly in favour of the Homo floresiensis not being a “pathological microcephalic”.
He thought it was highly improbable that Homo floresiensis anything but a separate hominid species, casting strong doubt on the microcephalic mutant hypothesis.
I never liked the microcephalic mutant theory at all.
Disclaimer: Groves is not a disinterested participant in this debate, having coauthored a paper which argues against the microcephalic interpretation.
As is well known, there has been an unusually bitter scientific debate over the last couple of years as to whether the hobbit is indeed a new species, or just a small microcephalic human.
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