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cerebration

[ser·ə′brā·shən]
(psychology)
The act or process of using the mind; thinking.
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He knew about the cerebrations of sex (the unbridgeable lacuna between the body desired and how the mind desires it) - any conflicted loner does.
At the outset, I was much more taken with Charles Swann's self-torturing pursuit of the coquette Odette than I was with the little Marcel's longing for his maman and the older Marcel's cerebrations about time and memory.
On Rising (Capitol), her first new album in over a decade (though close on the heels of her astounding Rykodisc retrospective, Onobox), Ono continues not to compromise and so continues to make songs (noises, chants, whispers, conversations, cries) that combine the matter-of-fact thrusts of Conceptual art with the libidinal cerebrations of rock 'n' roll.
Cerebrations included a parade through Blackball, ending at the entrance to the mine, which dosed in 1964, a "crib time" meat followed by a community theatre production about seminal events at the mine, and a day-tong series of seminars, placing the strike in a wider national and international context.