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to use the powers of the mind, as in conceiving ideas, drawing inferences, and making judgments

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Whether we are dealing with cerebrate diplomats who deliberately obfuscate key issues or with anti-science Luddites, the outcome is the same--wise judgment is undermined.
A Meitetsu official said the department store got the idea for the bags imagining a 20-year-old girl who will cerebrate her coming-of-the age in January wearing the kimono and going out in the car with her family.
Back in Carraigstown Carol, played by Aisling O'Neill, finds she has nothing to cerebrate despite walking free and saving her son Lorcan's neck.
There would be exceptions to merely attaining longevity if a person is paralyzed, unable to cerebrate, and would be totally dependent on machines for his or her survival.
At the inaugural event, a traditional celebration of Japanese ''watarizome'' or the first walk on the bridge to cerebrate the construction was conducted at the middle of the bridge, which is 1,360 meters in length and 12.
spent $10 million to squash the millennium bug, and in July held a ceremony to cerebrate completion of the project.
An actress named Neelam made arrangements to celebrate her birthday at Green Wedding Hall on Thursday but personnel from City Police Station came there before the programme and stopped her to cerebrate in the hall.