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cer·e·bral

 (sĕr′ə-brəl, sə-rē′-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the brain or cerebrum.
2. Appealing to or requiring the use of the intellect; intellectual rather than emotional: "His approach is cerebral, analytical, cautious" (Helen Dewar).

cer·e′bral·ly adv.
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Adv.1.cerebrally - in an intellectual manner; "cerebrally active"
2.cerebrally - in the brain; "bleeding cerebrally"
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With reference to the prize competition in last week's Cerebrally Crust & Crema page.
But then, I write to take my own pulse, check my own compass, politically-correct editors and cerebrally lazy readers be damned.
Tsang EW, Koren SA, Persinger MA (2004) Power increases within the gamma range over the frontal and occipital regions during acute exposures to cerebrally counterclockwise rotating magnetic fields with specific derivatives of change.
Just the same, as far as Lav's cerebrally irresistible movies are concerned, we'd happily sit through them.
Less cerebrally, but with no small degree of joy, I award a knighthood (no less) to the westbound driver on the M4 last Monday evening who put the lie to Messrs Lowe and McArthur's sour little book.
I say "dream-reading" because while I read, cerebrally, in good faith, in the deeps of my body and my mind, such writing always calls to the subterranean and the beyond.
The small-minded, cerebrally challenged bigots who hate other religions, gay people, women, challenged bigots who hate other religions, gay people, women, foreigners, etc.
Wit (of a sort) was permitted, in the way that, say, the Cavalier poets or John Donne used it: cerebrally and preferably wearing a cummerbund.
In this manner, Mailer was very precocious in his race-determinations, supplanting magic realism with a cerebrally painful gothic that slowly outstrips those deliberations.
The darkness was a condition he cerebrally anticipated but now it was sitting thick and heavy around him.
The half-witted (or cerebrally challenged as they say in America) still, apparently, don't get it but paedophilia has nothing to do with being gay.
I heartily agree with her on the continuing need for electoral reform, but feel no "shame, shame, shame" under the current system in exercising my vote cerebrally and not viscerally.