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1. In ancient architecture, an arched roof, ceiling, or covering; a vault.
2. A room having an arched ceiling; a vaulted room.
3. A small room, small hall, or chamber.
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When we entered her home, Camara's parlour was full of neighbourhood children watching a kung fu movie on a large television set.
Young Arsenal prospect Kyle Bartlett, on loan for the rest of the season at Bramall Lane, showed maturity above his 18 years of age throughout, particularly with his defence-beating pass to Camara for his goal.
Konate, the defence minister, assumed control of the country after the attempt on Camara's life.
Pompey desperately need to boost their attacking options - new signings Frederic Piquionne and Aruna Dindane have yet to impress on the south coast - and believe Camara still has something to offer in the top flight.
And a hopeful early ball forward was excellently headed back across goal by the forward where the unfortunate Camara scored his second of the game when he deflected into his own net.
The real star of the show was Senegal striker Camara, who breathed life into his faltering career with his first goals in 20 months.

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