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Moby Dick
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  • Now, I consider that the phrenologists have omitted an important thing in not pushing their investigations from the cerebellum through the spinal canal.
  • Sir Clifford thinks of charging twopence for a peep at the whispering gallery in the spinal column; threepence to hear the echo in the hollow of his cerebellum; and sixpence for the unrivalled view from his forehead.

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  • Joseph LeDoux, neuroscientist and butcher’s son, thought as a boy that "the cerebellum was more interesting to look at than the steak."
  • Cerebellum.
    Neal Shusterman  --  Unwind

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