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Ca´ma`ra


n.1.Chamber; house; - used in Ca"ma*ra dos Pa"res ( ), and Ca"ma*ra dos De`pu*ta"dos ( ). See Legislature.
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camara and the number of eaten fruits, and between the number of seedlings and the percentage of soil covered by rock.
Por essa razao, em 2002, a Camara do Rio de Janeiro e retomada como eixo para aprofundar sua analise sobre estas instituicoes, novamente no contexto entre 1780-1820, temporalidade que abarca o periodo que precede e o do proprio estabelecimento da Familia Real na cidade.
Callum Blair and the tireless Ebrima Camara worked hard to free striker Morgan Corner, and their good passing created several half chances.
WIGAN manager Steve Bruce is adamant Emile Heskey will not be sold and insists Henri Camara has a future at the club following last night's Carling Cup success over Notts County.
WIGAN picked up their first away win of the season thanks to a late strike from Henri Camara.
Meanwhile later in the evening Wigan striker Henri Camara struck in the second half as subdued Senegal began their African Nations Cup campaign with victory over Zimbabwe.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are keen to off-load last summer's contract rebel, Henri Camara, before he is due to return to the club on July 1.
Isaiah Rankin and Sam Sodje were their goalscoring heroes after Henri Camara had given Southampton the lead with two early tap-ins.
The voice of Dom Helder Camara, the former archbishop of Olinda and Recife in Brazil's poor northeast, rang out here again Aug.
Royal & SunAlliance announces that it is in discussion with La Camara Chilena
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