Definitions for Chambers
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Chambers, William Chambers, Sir William Chambersnoun
English architect (1723-1796)
A judge's private office.
The rooms used by a barrister or to an association of barristers.
Chambers can be defined in several ways depending on the context: 1. Room or Space: A chamber can refer to a room or enclosed space used for specific purposes - like a bedroom or a debating chamber. 2. Legal Context: In legal terms, 'chambers' often refers to the private offices of a judge or a barrister. 3. Biological/Life Sciences: In biology, a chamber may refer to a compartment or cavity within a living organism – such as heart chambers. 4. Physics and Engineering: In physics and fields of engineering, a chamber could refer to a compartment designed to serve a specific purpose i.e., a combustion chamber in an engine. 5. Geology: In geographical terms, it could refer to a natural or man-made enclosed space, like caves or mines. 6. Governmental/Politics: In political terms, the 'chamber' often describes a body of a legislature, such as the Senate or House of Representatives within Congress. 7. Music: A 'chamber' can refer to a type of classical music ensemble, namely a Chamber Orchestra. These definitions, while different, all point towards an enclosed, defined space - whether that's literal (as in a room) or metaphorical (as in a collection of people or body of a legislature).
Chambers was a BBC radio and television sitcom. It was written by barrister Clive Coleman and starred John Bird and Sarah Lancashire in both versions. The radio version was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in three series between 1996 and 1999, and the television version was broadcast on BBC One. The theme music was Dance with Mandolins from Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet. John Bird plays the lead role of John Fuller-Carp, a monstrously egotistical and avaricious barrister heading Forecourt Chambers. His colleagues are Hilary Tripping, a rather ineffectual young man, and Ruth Quirke, initially a rather militantly left wing feminist. After Lesley Sharp left the role after the first series and Sarah Lancashire took over, Ruth became more of comic neurotic, but many of the 'original' Ruth's harder characteristics were later given to the character who replaced her in the second run of the television series, Alex Kahn.
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Clear spaces between the riders, in those vessels which have floor and futtock riders.
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Surnames Frequency by Census Records
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Chambers is ranked #326 in terms of the most common surnames in America.
The Chambers surname appeared 94,988 times in the 2010 census and if you were to sample 100,000 people in the United States, approximately 32 would have the surname Chambers.
65.7% or 62,407 total occurrences were White.
28.5% or 27,072 total occurrences were Black.
2.4% or 2,346 total occurrences were of Hispanic origin.
2.2% or 2,175 total occurrences were of two or more races.
0.5% or 551 total occurrences were American Indian or Alaskan Native.
0.4% or 427 total occurrences were Asian.
The numerical value of Chambers in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of Chambers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Less than 500,000 of the 16 million Americans who served in World War II are with us today, and it is our duty to thank Raymond Loring Chambers for Raymond Loring Chambers service and sacrifice.
For a significant manwoman, the one thought he values greatly, to the laughter and scorn of insignificant men, is a key to hidden treasure chambers; for those others, it is nothing but a piece of old iron.
The alleged charge sheets are not in, and never reached, the Attorney General's Chambers. Furthermore, the format of the sheets is not correct or written by our Chambers.
Modern man likes to pretend that his thinking is wide-awake. But this wide-awake thinking has led us into the mazes of a nightmare in which the torture chambers are endlessly repeated in the mirrors of reason.
Lulled in the countless chambers of the brain, our thoughts are linked by many a hidden chain; awake but one, and in, what myriads rise!
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