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In particular, she ruminates over Klaas’s disappearance as possibly part of a pattern that includes the fictional Cameron’s kidnapping.
Most work by reducing the functional connectivity of the “default mode network,” which is active when we mind-wander, daydream, self-reflect, worry, and ruminate.
When we ruminate, we tend to think again and again about a negative past in general, global terms.
As Hamer ruminates on the problems of the 1960s — police brutality, victim blaming, gentrification, the education gap and voter suppression, among them — the unsettling parallels to life in 2020 deepen.
We need not grovel in the sinks and cellars, neither need we ruminate upon the house-tops.
He has but one stomach, does not ruminate, and is formed more like the horse than the ox, or other ruminating animals.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VII (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
It is not a book to be read through at one sitting, but one to dip into occasionally and to ruminate over in pleased contentment.
The wretched Camilla quitted them all as soon as possible, to retire to her chamber, and ruminate upon her purposed letter.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
But, being a mother, it was inevitable that she should soon cease to ruminate upon her own condition.
Here Pleyel sunk into anxious silence, and gave me leisure to ruminate on this inexplicable event.
WIELAND; OR THE TRANSFORMATIONCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN

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