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In these voids, MRI brain imaging shows a collaborative patchwork of gray matter called the default mode network takes control.
The verbiage is squishier than the gray matter it’s protecting, and the word “concussion” is never mentioned.
More research is needed, however, to figure out whether this activity reflects greater engagement in tasks as children grow up or just increases in gray matter density.Brain’s ‘Background Noise’ May Hold Clues to Persistent Mysteries|Elizabeth Landau|February 8, 2021|Quanta Magazine
To borrow an old right-wing talking point, these people are angry no matter what we do.
The end of conventional childbirth might only be a matter of time.
In the absence of cultural shifts, then, new reproductive technology might not matter as much for women as it would for men.
Before we get to all that, permit me a brief reflection on this matter of Steve Scalise.Steve Scalise and the Right’s Ridiculous Racial Blame Game|Michael Tomasky|January 2, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Nixon said defending the two islands was “a matter of principle.”
I assure you, no matter how beautifully we play any piece, the minute Liszt plays it, you would scarcely recognize it!
I hate to be long at my toilette at any time; but to delay much in such a matter while travelling is folly.
“And the matter of the will was all disposed of by the probate judge today, I hear,” said the judge, his hand on the door.The Bondboy|George W. (George Washington) Ogden
The first month I was here, when there were only five of us, it was quite another matter, but now the room is crowded every time.
Let us look over these points again, and make the matter still clearer and more simple.God and my Neighbour|Robert Blatchford
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Brains, intellect, as in If you'd only use your gray matter, you'd see the answer in a minute. This expression refers to actual brain tissue that is gray in color. Agatha Christie's fictional detective, Hercule Poirot, constantly alludes to using the little gray cells for solving a crime. [Late 1800s]