A judge's room used for official proceedings not required to be held in open court
Rooms used by a lawyer or lawyers
An enclosed space or cavity
an echo chamber
A large underground cavern
The part of a gun bore that contains the charge or bullet
A cavity in a plant, animal body, or organ
the four chambers of the heart
Of or for a small group of instruments
a chamber concert
a natural or artificial enclosed space
place in a chamber
an enclosed volume in the body; "the chambers of his heart were healthy"
a room where a judge transacts business
a deliberative or legislative or administrative or judicial assembly; "the upper chamber is the senate"
bedroom: a room used primarily for sleeping
Jonothon "Jono" Evan Starsmore, better known as Decibel or Chamber, is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics superhero associated with the X-Men and the New Warriors.
In firearms, the chamber is that portion of the barrel or firing cylinder in which the cartridge is inserted prior to being fired. Rifles and pistols generally have a single chamber in their barrels, while revolvers have multiple chambers in their cylinders and no chamber in their barrel.
The Chamber is a 1996 drama/thriller film based on John Grisham's novel of the same name. The film was directed by James Foley and stars Gene Hackman and Chris O'Donnell.
The Chamber was a short-lived game show television program that aired on FOX. It was an hour-long show that debuted on January 13, 2002. The show featured contestants answering questions while strapped into a torture chamber.
The Chamber (1994) is a legal thriller written by American author John Grisham.
(Chambers (bus company)) H.C. Chambers & Son or just Chambers is an independent bus and coach operator based in Bures in Suffolk, England. The company operates services over a wide area of Suffolk and Essex, running a fleet of around 30 buses.
(Chambers) Shorthand for The Chambers Dictionary.
(CHAMBERS) ERNEST JOHN, militia officer, journalist, author, and civil servant; b. 16 April 1862 in Penkridge, England, youngest son of Edward Thomas Chambers and Louisa Percy Davies; m. 31 Aug. 1898 Bertha Macmillan of Kingston, Ont., and they had a son and a daughter; d. ...
(Chambers) A judge's office, where attorneys go to discuss cases off the record or outside the presence of a jury.
(Chambers) A judge's private room or office wherein he or she hears motions, signs papers, and performs other tasks pertaining to his or her office when a session of the court, such as a trial, is not being held.
(Chambers) A loose association of barristers. Those who practice independently are not allowed to form partnerships but they will join a collective and share clerks and administration.
(Chambers) A type of hearing that is different from a full trial. Evidence^ is presented in the form of affidavits. Lawyers and the judge do not wear robes.
(Chambers) Hollow sections designed into uPVC frames to provide added structural strength, insulation and noise reduction.
(Chambers) Judge's personal rooms, where he may hear matters in private.
(Chambers) King Solomon's Temple was a series of chambers built on the north, south and west sides of the Temple.
(Chambers) This species of craft is very common in the waters of New England.
(Chambers) Tiny spaces within a North Star sash or frame that act like insulating air pockets and add strength.
(chambers) One of the three relatively large rooms of the Statehouse where the Indiana Supreme Court, the Indiana Senate or the Indiana House of Representatives meet in session. ...
The holes in cylinder housings that house top pins (drivers) and springs.