I would say, 'Well, Barack is now doing his business in Washington, D.C., and he took his gray matter with him.
“In general, gray matter shrinkage may have no impact,” says Dr. Nicole Prause of University of California, Los Angeles.
The co-founders of gray matter, the pharmaceutical company he invented and was then elbowed out of.
That three-pound lump of gray matter contains 100 billion neurons and 100 trillion synapses, or connections.
Smaller volumes of gray matter may not themselves even be cause for concern.
The brain has not yet revealed its mysterious mechanism of gray matter.
He tickled men's gray matter and kneaded it in his microscopic claws.
It gets into your gray matter and makes you enjoy things turned inside out.
I can't trust my gray matter—I should make a dreadful fiasco.
Acts principally by reducing excitability of gray matter of brain.
gray matter n.
Brownish-gray nerve tissue, especially of the brain and spinal cord, composed of nerve cell bodies and their dendrites and some supportive tissue. Also called gray substance, substantia grisea.
|gray matter |
The brownish-gray tissue of the vertebrate brain and spinal cord, made up chiefly of the cell bodies and dendrites of neurons. Compare white matter.