Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In weaving, a person whose business it is to put warps on the beam.
- n. Same as beaming-machine.
- beam + -er (Wiktionary)
“It was as if the beamer were a vacuum, suck-ing up ever more delirious dancers from the depths below.”
“The beamer will be a permanent loan to the c-base, located in their workshop room - therefore used for hundreds of lectures and workshops around free software.”
“Did the presentation I had to do on Wed ( "Overview of Localization for Wireless Sensor Networks"), which went pretty well - despite the laptop not talking to the beamer (ack, using Dutch term for projector - despite the fact that the Dutch word for projector is something similar, they use the term "beamer" when they're talking in English ... very confusing).”
“It may have carried some kind of beamer that activated your automatic pilot," said Mr. Swift.”
“· the blocks of a "beamer" document are now included in the "structure view".”
“There are two large rooms that can be used for social gatherings equipped with a TV and a beamer and screen, plus a dining room and a well-furnished kitchen next to the swimming pool.”
“Place an interactive whiteboard in the classroom (or a beamer and a screen) and presto the students can easily share their work and what is relevant to them.”
“The masses have all sold out for a four bed detached house and a beamer on the drive, everybody ` s too frightened to say or do anything, for fear of losing the aforementioned lifestyle, and ending up on a sink estate, (thats whats Jeremy Kyle and Trish are there for, Your worst nightmare!)”
“As entertaining as it is educational, Daddy grabs you from the get-go with its description of Adam Tyler, a charismatic architect, who zooms into our lives in his tomato-red beamer, fresh from three months in the Amazon where he built both a hospital for the poor and his smooth caramel chest.”
“This video by the same user suggests that it's a projector beamer:”
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