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Like the cerebrum, the cerebellum has two hemispheres, separated by a structure called the vermis.
The vermis and large barnacles abound, which are so destructive to shipping without copper bottoms.Observations Upon The Windward Coast Of Africa|Joseph Corry
I have never found the Struthiolaria vermis except cast up on ocean beaches, and it is comparatively rare.Beautiful Shells of New Zealand|E. G. B. Moss
It consists of two hemispheres or lateral lobes, and of a median or central lobe, which in human anatomy is called the vermis.
Is not tola, the worm-dye, perhaps the same with purple, because the ancients made no distinction between vermis and snail?
The Bishop hung his head and replied, "Vermis sum—I am a worm."Les Misrables|Victor Hugo