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having two branches, chambers, or houses, as a legislative body.
Contemporary Examples

John McCain’s Middle East War Drumbeat: Iraq, Libya, and Now Syria Lloyd Green May 31, 2013
Why Doesn’t Every State Have a Unicameral? Justin Green April 3, 2013
Why Doesn’t Every State Have a Unicameral? Justin Green April 3, 2013
The Week in Death: The Last to Surrender The Telegraph January 18, 2014

Historical Examples

History of the Constitutions of Iowa Benjamin F. Shambaugh
Benjamin Franklin Frank Luther Mott
Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia Dorothy M. Torpey
Appletons’ Popular Science Monthly, Various
The Governments of Europe Frederic Austin Ogg
Japan Various

(of a legislature) consisting of two chambers


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