chamber

01. The mayor is in the council [chamber] right now.
02. My children loved to visit the [Chamber] of Horrors at the Wax Museum.
03. The mayor went to his [chambers] about an hour ago.
04. The diver had to spend time in a decompression [chamber] because he had risen to the surface a little too quickly.
05. The Queen kept her jewelry and gold in a secret [chamber] in the castle.
06. Could you please send up a [chamber] maid to clean room 203?.
07. Lillian Hellman once said that nobody outside of a baby carriage or a judge's [chamber] believes in an unprejudiced point of view.
08. We were able to visit the sleeping [chambers] and dungeons of the old castle during our tour.
09. The human heart is composed of four different [chambers].
10. The gas [chamber] in the Nazi concentration camp at Birkenau, Poland was disguised as a shower room.
11. The burial [chambers] contained within the pyramids are connected by a maze of passageways, including dead-ends designed to foil grave robbers.
12. The contents of ancient burial [chambers] in Northern Ireland have revealed a lot about the first inhabitants of the country.
13. The combustion [chamber] is the largest part of a furnace.
14. The high school students were invited into the mayor's [chambers] in order to see how the municipal government is run.
15. In February of 1924, the gas [chamber] was used as a method of execution for the first time in the United States.
16. As a young man, Siddhartha Gautama, who later became the Buddha, had a [chamber] of love decorated with erotic art built for him by his father, the King.
17. In the 1600s, the Church of San Petronio in Bologna was the most important center of [chamber] music in Italy.

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