cerebellum

[ ser-uh-bel-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF cerebellum

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Cerebellum: has been applied to the sub-esophageal ganglion.

I could change your nature by forcibly injecting an ounce of lead into your cerebellum.

What is it so loadeth my cerebellum, even as if it were lead?

Ether extract, kephalin-free—(a) from cerebrum; (b) from cerebellum.

This is the cerebellum and it has charge of certain powers of motion.

In some monkeys, indeed, the cerebellum is nearly or even quite covered.

The cerebellum, however, in the Howlers is slightly uncovered.

The hind-brain, or cerebellum, is not completely covered by the cerebrum.

They do not overlap the cerebellum, which is relatively large.

These are three in number, named the cerebrum, the cerebellum, and the brain stem.

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