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beamer

(video, hardware, communications)
A personal video station (PVS) that adds video to standard telephone lines at no additional cost.

Beamer

No... it's not the latest BMW! It was a window in the StarOffice desktop that displayed the contents of the element selected in Explorer.
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In an interview, Maun Beamer Club public relations officer Mr Oteng Moshebe said the club saw it relevant to organise a blood donation exercise to help the district and in turn the Ministry of Health and Wellness.
Beamer built Virginia Tech football into a national power, taking over the program in 1987 and leading the Hokies to a BCS championship game in 1999.
Carol, 58, had earlier been found guilty of harassing Mr Beamer with phone calls.
Beamer declined to comment on the allegations when contacted by telephone.
Our collaboration with MasterPass by MasterCard also enables Beamers to shop online at over 250,000 global locations.
The Long Chain Beamer joins ropes to warp beams offering perfect manufacturing quality high efficiency and easy handling.
I said at the very beginning, we're going to go through some growing pains, and we are,'' Beamer said this week.
Beamer as its vice president and chief financial officer
Although we've conducted a small pilot project to collect our own data to validate the model presented in this study, the next step would be to conduct a larger study where we'd collect data from several households," Discovery News quoted Paloma Beamer, an environmental scientist at the University of Arizona, as saying.
Then with the turn of a key, the M Sport Beamer bursts into life and just the gentlest of pressure on the accelerator gives a glimpse of just how much power is at your disposal.
Despite being very capable of delivering a fabulous drive in and around town, with good all-round visibility, it's out on the open road where the Beamer springs into life.