Definition of Cameral

1. camera [adj] - See also: camera



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cameral

camera obscura
camera oculi anterior
camera oculi major
camera oculi minor
camera oculi posterior
camera operator
camera phone
camera posterior bulbi
camera ready
camera right
camera tripod
camera vitrea bulbi
camerade
camerades
camerae
cameral (current term)
cameraless
cameralism
cameralist
cameralistic
cameralistics
cameralists
cameraman
cameramen
cameraperson
camerapersons
cameraphone
cameraphones
cameras
cameration

Literary usage of Cameral

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1. Fifty Years of the English Constitution, 1830-1880 by Sheldon Amos (1880)
"... supporting a bi-cameral system strictly ' analogous to Lords and Commons.' Many suggestions have been made for meeting the difficulties of the position, ..."

2. The Articles of Confederation Vs. the Constitution: The Progress of by Le Baron Bradford Prince (1867)
"Bi-cameral Legislature. Under the Confederation the whole legislative ... In almost all the Colonies, the " bi-cameral" or two-house system had been ..."

3. Life and Correspondence of the Rev. William Smith, D. D.: First Provost of by Horace Wemyss Smith (1880)
"cameral—BOTH HOUSES SIT IN THE STATE HOUSE; THE CLERICAL AND LAY DEPUTIES, OVER WHOM DR. SMITH is ELECTED TO PRESIDE, IN THE CHAMBER OF INDEPENDENCE—STRANGE ..."

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