Why Doesn’t Every State Have a Unicameral? Justin Green April 3, 2013
Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia Dorothy M. Torpey
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bicameral legislature [(beye-kam-uhr-uhl)]
having two branches, chambers, or houses, as a legislative body. adjective (of a legislature) consisting of two chambers adj.
bicapitalisation The act said to have been performed on trademarks (such as PostScript, NeXT, NeWS, VisiCalc, FrameMaker, TK!solver, EasyWriter) that have been raised above the ruck of common coinage by nonstandard capitalisation. Too many marketroid types think this sort of thing is really cute, even the 2,317th time they do it. Compare studlycaps. (1995-02-23)
adjective (botany) (of an ovary) having two carpels