Have not you seen, Camillo,— But that’s past doubt: you have, or your eye-glass Is thicker than a cuckold’s horn,—or heard,— For, to a vision so apparent, rumour Cannot be mute,—or thought,—for cogitation Resides not in that man that does not think it,— My wife is slippery?
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But, exhausted by his cogitation, he’d have energy left for only one word, the name of the flower.
Gail Carson Levine -- Ella Enchanted
The average squirrel cogitation goes something like this: I wonder what there is to eat.