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Definition of the adjective unicameral
What does unicameral mean as an attribute of a noun?
- composed of one legislative body
- antonym: bicameral
Alternative definition of the adjective unicameral
- Of, or having a single legislative chamber.
- synonym: unicase
- [context: linguistics, of a script] That it makes no distinction between upper and lower case, but rather has only one case.
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by the staff of Congressional Quarterly,
Unicameral Legislature Legislative body that is made up of only one chamber. National unicameral legislatures are generallyfound in small, unitary states such as Sweden and New Zealand. Unicameral legislatures do not exist in federal ...
by David Andrew Schultz
Only Nebraska maintains a unicameral legislature, a feature it implemented in 1937, championed by U.S. senator George W. Norris. The vast majority of local governments in the United States—cities, towns, boroughs, school districts, etc.
Encyclopedia of Power (2011)
by Keith Dowding
A unicameral system is one in which seats in the legislative branch are recruited for, and allotted to, a single assembly. Unicameral legislatures exist in democracies such as Denmark, Finland, Greece, Israel, Luxembourg, New Zealand, ...
by Peter F. Klarén
LEGISLATIVE SEATS WON 120-member unicameral Congress: only top five to six seats by political party listed, with percentage of top two presidential votes. New unicameral Congress created 1995 Distribution by political party Cambio ...
Multilingual Law Dictionary (1979)
by Lawrence Deems Egbert, Fernando Morales Macedo
unicameral en chômage unicameral desocupado; desempleado unicameral arbeitslos Einkammer- 5967.
by Charles Rowley, Friedrich Schneider
Is the legislature unicameral, consisting of a single body, or is it bicameral, comprising two chambers, an upper house (e.g., a Senate, a House of Lords, ...
by David Seddon
Underthe1992 Constitution there are two parliamentary bodies: a unicameral People'sCouncil, or Halk Maslahaty, which meets infrequently andwhich comprisesmorethan 100 seats,tosomeofwhich deputies arereturnedby popularvoteand ...
by Jivanta Schottli, Subrata K. Mitra, Siegried Wolf
The unicameral Tshogdu Chenmo comprises the legislative institution of the political system of Bhutan and is responsible for the enactment, revision and amendment of legislation, in addition to advising ...
by Donald M. Seekins
was the unicameral lawmaking body on the national level; in the Constitution of 2008, the national legislature, the Union Parliament (Pyidaungsu Hluttaw) is bicameral, ...
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Unicameral legislature inside NE State Capitol.
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Scrabble value of U1N1I1C3A1M3E1R1A1L1
The value of this 10-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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