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chambering

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His win is another crucial victory for Republicans as the party seeks to maintain control of the chamber, which will now be determined by a pair of January runoff elections in Georgia.

Democrats failed to pick up any state legislative chambers this November, and they could face the consequences of that for the next decade.

So that leaves the two Senate seats from Georgia to determine control of the chamber in a rare double-barreled runoff election nearly two months from now.

All in all, the results mean Republicans will control 59 out of the country’s 98 partisan chambers—Nebraska has just one nonpartisan legislative chamber.

From Fortune

Besides becoming the highest-ranking nonbinary official in the country, Turner will also be the first practicing Muslim elected to the Oklahoma state legislature, which in 2019 blocked an imam from conducting the chamber’s daily prayer.

Wouldst thou make my watch a pretext for ungodly chambering and profane love passages?

All the money earned by prisoners was at their own disposal, and was spent almost habitually in drink, chambering, and wantonness.

The chambering machine is used only in clay or other soil which does not wash readily.

Did you examine the cartridge cases for chambering marks, extraction marks, or ejection marks?

And are you able to say definitely whether it is an extractor or an ejection mark or a chambering mark?

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On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chambering, such as: harbor, hide, lodge, protect, shield, and surround.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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