(NZ) a worker in the cold storage area of a slaughterhouse
a room, usually private, in a house or apartment, especially a bedroom: She retired to her chamber. a room in a palace or official residence. the meeting hall of a legislative or other assembly. chambers, Law. a place where a judge hears matters not requiring action in open court. the private office of a judge. […]
an official charged with the management of the living quarters of a sovereign or member of the nobility. an official who receives rents and revenues, as of a municipal corporation; treasurer. the high steward or factor of a member of the nobility. a high official of a royal court. (Arthur) Neville, 1869–1940, British statesman: prime […]
Chamberland Cham·ber·land (chām’bər-lənd, shäɴ-běr-län’), Charles Édouard. 1851-1908. French bacteriologist. A colleague of Louis Pasteur, he contributed to the development of sterilization techniques.
Thomas Chrowder [krou-der] /ˈkraʊ dər/ (Show IPA), 1843–1928, U.S. geologist.