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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A river, about 64 km (40 mi) long, of east-central England. It flows past Cambridge to join the Ouse River south of Ely.

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  • proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Cameron.

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Examples

  • Joseph says: @Cam: Cam, you probably shouldn't waste your time pointing out facts to ...

    Queerty

  • The Gay Numbers says: Cam: The point of the article is not about ridicule, but about whether its ... fem in the city says: @Cam: Gays and women are the only targets left that Hollywood trash is allowed ...

    Queerty

  • Cam says: @Debbie: You said @Cam:Wellrumour has it that Rolling Stone was at the Finale, and that ...

    Queerty

  • Cam says: @InExile: you said "No. 6 · InExile @Cam: Why do you lump Hillary in with Obama? ...

    Queerty

  • To overcome the need for a larger oil pump, Ford worked with Borg-Warner to devise what they call Cam Torque Actuated VCT.

    Autoblog Green

  • Served "with the 7th in Cam Rahn Bay and Happy Valley."

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Cam is kind of an enigma -- I'm not sure I know him well yet, and I need to make him a fully fleshed out, interesting character.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The Rad Cam is just one of the Reading Rooms you can study in within the Bodleian.

    Literary Oxford: The Bodleian Library | The Creative Penn

  • Thundering Herd home attendance was an average of 5,481 for 19 games in Cam Henderson Center, the most in eight seasons since the 2000-01 team averaged 5,938.

    Conference USA

  • -- Team captain Cam Long was suspended for the postseason tournament game "for not meeting team responsibilities."

    Colonial Athletic Assosiation

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