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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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We're thrilled to work with Coach Beamer to get more new books into the hands of Virginia kids," said Kyle Zimmer, president of First Book.
As the beamer can operate without an extra light source it offers a number of advantages-firstly, it takes up little space.
Afterwards, umpire Ken Palmer confirmed he would be mentioning Oakes' beamer in his report to the England and Wales Cricket Board as a premeditated intimidatory act.
Selected as one of the "Twelve Days of Christmas" gifts on The Ellen Degeneres Show, Beamer adds an emotional dimension (live video) to relationships -- between grandparents and grandchildren, sibling's and their families, friends who live far apart -- that can't be duplicated by photographs, regular phone calls, emails, or home videos.
My husband and I use our Beamer to see my grandson grow.
But classic slang terms such as clype, beamer, jessie, ned, and even a snottery beak, are all coming to life for the first time thanks to a new illustrated book.
THE Beamer is something of a rarity in its native Scotland, in as much as it is one of the few Baminals that prefers not to make a complete a**e of itself whenever possible.
We wanted to tell a story that highlights the game day traditions that make Virginia Tech such a special place," said Cheryl Beamer.
Cheryl Beamer will be on hand to sign copies of the new book and will be joined by Mascot Books president, Aimee Aryal, who will be signing copies of Mascot Books' first Virginia Tech title, Hello Hokie Bird
The main drama, however, came in the opening overs when Stuart was barred from bowling for the remainder of the innings for hurling two beamers in an over at Sanath Jayasuriya.
Of more concern was Sreesanth, the Indian pace bowler, delivering a head-high beamer to Kevin Pietersen and over-stepping the crease by such a margin that he bowled Paul Collingwood a bouncer from about 18 yards.
Thorpe even sustained a painful blow to his right arm when he had scored only 55, fast bowler Tino Best accidentally releasing a quickfire beamer which hit the England batsman on his right forearm and caused him to have treatment from physiotherapist Kirk Russell.