Definition of Cameral
1. camera [adj] - See also: camera
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cameral
Literary usage of Cameral
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."