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  • Thou speakest as one having tongues and who putteth the speed behind the ole rhombencephalon comprising the cerebellum and the medulla oblongata.

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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.
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