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cameral

(ˈkæmərəl)
adj
1. (Law) of or relating to a judicial or legislative chamber
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of or relating to a judicial or legislative chamber
[C18: from Medieval Latin camerālis; see camera]

cam•er•al

(ˈkæm ər əl, ˈkæm rəl)

adj.
of or pertaining to a judicial or legislative chamber or the privacy of such a chamber.
[1755–65; < Medieval Latin camerālis, derivative of camer(a) treasury, governmental chamber]
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A complex of works on liming of acidic soils: field selection of soil samples, agrochemical analysis of soil to determine acidity and humus; calcium; magnesium, cameral processing of materials, 6834 hectares; development and preparation of design estimates for works on liming of acidic soils, authors control over the implementation of the project 1243 samples
Transcatheter embolization of a large aneurysm in a congenital coronary cameral fistula from the left coronary artery to the right ventricle.
De acuerdo con la Comision de Hacienda, la mayoria del pleno cameral acepto que la Comision Reguladora de Energia, con opinion de la Comision Federal de Competencia Economica establezca el ritmo de liberacion de los combustibles para las diversas regiones durante 2017 y 2018.
Por otro lado, durante la excavacion de 1986 se hallo una gran laja de cuarcita blanca en la zona de contacto entre el corredor y la camara, que fue interpretada como la piedra que haria las veces de dintel en el acceso al recinto cameral.
Pioneer FA serves global communication instrument manufacturers, crystal oscillator manufacturing companies, cameral module manufacturers, automobile parts manufacturers, and LCD parts manufacturers.
Se realizo apertura cameral con fresa redonda de diamante y se procedio a montar aislamiento de campo absoluto.
Provincial administrations should be granted powers to administrate within national policy guidelines formulated by the bi cameral legislature and approved by the Constitutional Council.
The cameral port was placed in the 7th intercostal space across the posterior axillary line, and the two operating ports were placed respectively in the 4th intercostal space across the anterior axillary line and the 8th intercostal space across the angulus inferior scapulae line.
venpick offers the island's best desserts and it's hard to disagree with such a vast choice which included dragon fruit tart, cream cameral and double choc mouse to name but a few.
Similarly, only a single species of Lituitina (= Palliocerida, Astrovioidea; group of externally shelled cephalopods with lamellar cameral deposits, which was previously included in Orthocerida and now is considered to be a distinct evolutionary lineage; Dzik 1984; Zhuravleva & Doguzhaeva 2002) retaining shell colouration is known (Sphooceras truncatum Barrande; Turek & Manda 2012).
Arukh, however, sought to justify the creation of a council saying there was a demand for state legislature being made bi- cameral.
Se eliminaron los remanentes de tejido pulpar con una lima de endodoncia del numero 10 sin raspar las paredes ni sobrepasar el apice y con la intencion de garantizar que la tinta china penetrara a traves de todo el recorrido del conducto y salir por el acceso cameral.