the most posterior of the three primary divisions of the in the embryo of a vertebrate or the part of the adult derived from this tissue, including the cerebellum, pons, and medulla oblongata; rhombencephalon.
the nontechnical name for rhombencephalon
hindbrain hind·brain (hīnd’brān’)
The rearmost part of the vertebrate brain. In humans, it consists of the pons and the medulla oblongata. Compare forebrain, midbrain.
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[hin-duh-mith, ‐mit] /ˈhɪn də mɪθ, ‐mɪt/ noun 1. Paul, 1895–1963, U.S. composer, born in Germany. /German ˈhɪndəmɪt/ noun 1. Paul (paul). 1895–1963, German composer and musical theorist, who opposed the twelve-tone technique. His works include the song cycle Das Marienleben (1923) and the opera Mathis der Maler (1938)
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noun 1. a line of elaborate fortifications established by the German army in World War I, near the French-Belgian border, from Lille SE to Metz. /ˈhɪndənˌbɜːɡ/ noun 1. a line of strong fortifications built by the German army near the Franco-Belgian border in 1916–17: breached by the Allies in August 1918