The bill, S.47, which passed the Senate in 2012, was swiftly approved by the upper chamber in 2013 by a vote of 78-22.
A devout, self-described “Christian Zionist,” Inhofe was also the closest thing the upper chamber had to an outright theocrat.
Thereafter they went into an upper chamber, and there he told his uncle plainly all his plight and his covenant.
But do not despise me, O sage in the upper chamber, for my selfishness.
Phillip of Holbeaut, on dismounting, ascended to an upper chamber, where a man in the dress of a well-to-do citizen was sitting.
And for a long while I stood in jealous awe of your “upper chamber.”
In the hall Geraint dismounted and left his horse, and his host took him into an upper chamber where were two women.
Debate then turned on the manner of constituting the upper chamber.
Many of the hereditary peers do so, meanwhile resigning as a matter of course their seat in the upper chamber.
The only room left is an upper chamber, reached by climbing a ladder.