beam holding

beam holding

[′bēm ‚hōl·diŋ]
(electronics)
Use of a diffused beam of electrons to regenerate the charges stored on the screen of a cathode-ray storage tube.
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Records do, however, show that in 1867 one James O'Connor was hanged twice, when at the first attempt, on opening the trapdoor, O'Connor, the rope and all fell through to the ground - the rope had either snapped, or the cross beam holding it had broken.
The crazy thing is that I was so focused on not falling forward and wasn't concerned about getting guillotined by the beam holding up the outside of the spiral or what I was going to do on the next wall--which is not smart.
The longest timber beam holding up the roof of the new pool is around 40 metres.