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The cerebral hemispheres, which are smooth, do not extend over the cerebellum.

In the brain the smooth hemispheres are so short as to leave the cerebellum and sometimes even the corpora quadrigemina exposed.

Now Gall placed certain of his twenty-seven intellectual faculties in the cerebellum, which is part of the hind-brain.

In the form and proportions of the cerebrum and cerebellum, it similarly differs from Megatherium.

The brain consists chiefly of two parts; the cerebrum, or brain proper, and the cerebellum, or "little brain."

A Treatise on Physiology and HygieneJoseph Chrisman Hutchison

The spine evidently sympathized in the suffering of the brain and cerebellum.

It was uncannily similar to the nervous connections of the cerebellum with the various parts of the anatomy of an insect.

The Blind SpotAustin Hall

Much will depend upon the original strength of the cerebellum, and the regularity of his previous habits.

Cradock Nowell, Vol. 2 (of 3)Richard Doddridge Blackmore

The cerebellum and brain are only slightly and indirectly connected.

I would as lief have a diable petit dancing his infernal hornpipe on my cerebellum as to be in the room with one.

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