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As he was dressing, his brain engaged in its usual unconquerable inclination to cerebrate.
Globally, we should cerebrate the reversal from shrinking to spreading forest," says Jesse Ausubel the director of the Program for the Human Environment at The Rockefeller University in New York, NY.
The institution will cerebrate 100 years of serving the region in 2009.
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.