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- n. A plural of cerebrum.
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- n. Plural form of cerebrum.
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And yet it's five minutes into the first day of school -- the academic demilitarized zone of the school year -- and they're already being forced to plumb the depths of their still somnambulant cerebra.
My assumption about cerebra was that, yeah, this was a very powerful mutant manifesting at birth.
For George, though you would not have suspected it from his exterior, was one of those in whose cerebra the grey matter splashes restlessly about, producing strong curtains and crisp dialogue.
Editor Reedy is but casting his pearls before swine -- is talking to people who, having eyes see not, having ears hear not, and whose cerebra are filled with sawdust.
All of this has come home to roost with the hard-right, largely composed of folks who use their viscera more than their cerebra.