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  • n  anterior portion of the brain consisting of two hemispheres; dominant part of the brain in humans

  • The concern: that some of that arterial plaque might break off and form a clot in the Senator's brain, interrupting the flow of blood to his cerebrum.
  • The cerebrum (the tumor operation had nothing to do with the cerebellum) is divided from front to back into two hemispheres, a left and a right, which function almost alike.
  • However, the cortex, which is the thinking part of the cerebrum, andor the thalamus, which connects the brain stem to the cortex, are so badly damaged that they no longer function.
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  • Arlen Specter in FOXNews
    And I'd like to see a million-person march on the (National) Mall,Specter added. "That's an idea that has run through my chemotherapy-occupied cerebrum."
  • Pope John Paul II in Catholic News Service
    The science academy book, "The Signs of Death," also emphasized the fact that in a speech in 2000, Pope John Paul II agreed that "the complete and irreversible cessation of all brain activity (in the cerebrum, cerebellum and brain stem), if...

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