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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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The synonymy was suggested by Metcalf (1923: 148), and later made by Beamer (1946: 87), but Liburnia breviceps has been treated as valid since that time (e.
She was invited to watch George Bush's State of the Union address and has since set up the Todd Beamer Foundation to help children through family traumas.
Mr Beamer and his comrades were unable to prevent the Boeing 757 crashing at 450mph into the ground 80 miles from Pittsburgh, killing all 44 people on board.
Findings of the Cornell-JEOL collaboration have already enabled upgrades of the GenISys software Layout BEAMER, which now includes an algorithm that corrects printing artifacts of this discrete writing grid.
England batsman Kevin Pietersen admits he was "mentally unsettled" for the first time in his career by Shanthakumaran Sreesanth's beamer in the second Test against India last week.
Worldwide Computer Products News-3 August 2007-Cortado unveils new version of Content Beamer software(C)1995-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
THE baby Beamer hit the marketplace in2004withthe aim of setting a new standard for compact hatchbacks.
Beamer Foundation will make a decision about its future in the coming weeks.
Emily Paige Gladney and Shane Oakley Beamer were united in marriage on Saturday, June 17, 2006, in an evening ceremony at First Baptist Church in Starkville.
ThinPrint, a member of RIM's ISV Alliance Partner Program, has launched the Content Beamer for BlackBerry(R) 2.
Beamer Smith struggled to advance past the first day of the Foothill tournament.