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cerebration

[ser·ə′brā·shən]
(psychology)
The act or process of using the mind; thinking.
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God in the Holy Qur'an, proposes all people to cerebrate regarding animals and their creation: do they not regard the camels, how do they created?
This is nothing to cerebrate, although considering disparities in GDP and income per capita among Latin American countries, it's understandable.
Kuwait these days cerebrate the advent of the 51st anniversary of independence, the 21st anniversary of liberation and the Sixth anniversary of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah assuming power.
"On a personal level, this is also a special year as I cerebrate my 50th birthday in December.
Sus esculturas habian conseguido despertar el deseo entre quienes veian, dice Zervos, "une occassion de plus d'exprimer que l'artiste devrait vivre tout entier dans sa tete, se laisser entrainer par la seule ivresse cerebrate, par une poussee desordonnee de seve intellectuelle" (39).
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