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Stocky, big-brained hominids such as Neandertals needed chest cavities arranged in this way from birth to accommodate lungs large enough to meet their energy needs, the scientists contend October 7 in Science Advances.
She also points out that the common hypothesis about why female pelvises are wider than male pelvises — that females need to give birth to big-brained babies — is similarly flawed.
It was no brash idea, no hare-brained impulse concocted in one's cups, perhaps.
The bishop and his episcopals can not be hair-brained enough to seek to restore old conditions and assail our liberty.
Did I not hear that hare-brained youngster declare this evening that money was made round that it might roll.
“He is crack-brained, and calls himself the King,” she murmured.
THE PROUD PRINCEJUSTIN HUNTLY MCCARTHY
The same act which would proclaim their own treachery would deliver into our hands this hare-brained adventurer.
TONY BUTLERCHARLES JAMES LEVER
The man with the latest hare-brained theory of the causation of the wind was accorded a full hearing.
He groaned and strove feebly to rise, but a Fire-Man rushed in upon him and brained him with a club.
BEFORE ADAMJACK LONDON
The Duke of Burgundy is a hot brained, impetuous, pudding headed, iron ribbed dare all.
QUENTIN DURWARDSIR WALTER SCOTT

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION