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  • n. One who uses a webcam; a webcammer.


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cam +‎ -er


  • Once we scrambled to be the first 'cammer', now we just get shit directly from the industry via insiders, its faster and better quality, besides, nobody likes a 'cam' anyway …

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  • Oh, and the digital audio ‘watermark’ to find where the ‘cammer’ was sitting in the theatre, this is absolutely bullshit as well.

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  • Another king cammer from a young guy looking to invest.

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  • When I'm a-feelin 'myself, there ain't a cammer, a more genteel nor lor-abidin' citizen in Hunston.

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  • But, bless your heart, they wa'n't never no cammer 'oman than what Emily

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  • The engine was built using mostly NOS parts from Holman-Moody racing by a gentleman who helped develop the cammer for Ford. | Newest Listings

  • During February we reported that Australian officials had arrested and charged a man in Sydney on 18 counts of copyright infringement, after it was alleged he was a cammer for well known 'Scene' group, PreVail.


  • The latest invention goes one step further and can tell investgators exactly which seat the cammer was sitting in to an accuracy of 44cm.

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  • Unfortunately for one alleged cammer, who provided his work to PreVail, the watermark technology finally caught up to him. File-Sharing News And Information

  • The twin cammer has breathes well, thanks to a pair of 40dcoe Weber side draft carbs and a new 4 into 1 header.

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