U.S. and Israeli hawks are rushing to call the interim nuclear agreement a capitulation and Obama another chamberlain.
“DFA is not going to be working for them or trying to save them in their races,” chamberlain said.
But what this show proves is that, even at his most automotive, chamberlain achieved a surprising range of effects and meanings.
chamberlain, of course, chose Rome over the object of his heart's ache, forfeiting love and dying a broken man.
Conspirator: Lenin in Exile could have been the beginning of a great tragedy, says chamberlain, if his cause had been a noble one.
And now for our experiment; but first call my secretary and chamberlain.
Mr. chamberlain, who had asked for these safeguards, did not accept them.
King John or his chamberlain is likely to enter at any moment.
Poor Balfour was awfully lonely after chamberlain crocked up.
Our chamberlain will provide thee with suitable apartments, and see to thy wants.
a confidential servant of the king (Gen. 37:36; 39:1). In Rom. 16:23 mention is made of "Erastus the chamberlain." Here the word denotes the treasurer of the city, or the quaestor, as the Romans styled him. He is almost the only convert from the higher ranks of whom mention is made (comp. Acts 17:34). Blastus, Herod's "chamberlain" (Acts 12:20), was his personal attendant or valet-de-chambre. The Hebrew word _saris_, thus translated in Esther 1:10, 15; 2:3, 14, 21, etc., properly means an eunuch (as in the marg.), as it is rendered in Isa. 39:7; 56:3.