1 Unconscious cerebration was doing its work, even with the lunatic.
2 We're only cerebrating make-shifts, mechanical and intellectual experiments.
3 For two nights I had hardly had a wink of sleep, and my brain was beginning to feel that numbness which marks cerebral exhaustion.
4 Suddenly he jumped to his feet, with his eyes blazing and all the signs of intense cerebral excitement.
5 But it'll come, in time, when we've shoved the cerebral stone away a bit, the money and the rest.
6 For many weeks he lay in a fever accompanied by delirium, and by tolerably grave cerebral symptoms, caused more by the shocks of the wounds on the head than by the wounds themselves.
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