Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of stream.
  • adj. Divided into academic streams.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • NEW YORK, Feb 14, 2010/FW/- Earlier today, Italo Zucchelli, Creative Director for Calvin Klein Collection Men unveiled the brand's Fall 2010 collection to thousands of people around the globe as the label streamed its runway show live at

    FashionWindows Network

  • I too can not watch many of the US shows being streamed from the networks, or sold on iTunes.

    Boundaries in cyberspace

  • In a live demonstration by Motorola, 80 laptop PCs simultaneously displayed flawless unicast video streamed from a server, through an Ethernet switch, to a single Motorola AP 7131, with a Motorola controller also connected to the switch.

    Motorola shifts Wi-Fi smarts to access points

  • The company predicted Wednesday that in the fourth quarter, a majority of Netflix subscribers would watch more content streamed from the Web on Netflix than on DVD.

    Netflix moves beyond DVD, tangles with ISPs on net neutrality

  • Karnak jumped in the air, hovering slightly as jets streamed from the soles of his feet before flying forward; Alan fired a beam of ice at his feet and slid down it while Derek stood behind him, watching as the ice continued to form a slide; and Jake ran behind the two, flipping and jumping over gaps with barely an effort.

    Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Shard Reaper’s Review Forum

  • Small cascades of water streamed from the pall bits from the fo'castle head above, and, joining issue with the streams from the wet oilskins, ran along the floor and disappeared aft into the main hold.

    Story of a Typhoon off the Coast of Japan

  • This palm-sized, egg-shaped gadget plays music through its external speakers — via 2 gigabytes of internal memory or streamed from a nearby Bluetooth phone — and uses its six moving parts to spin, roll and dance to the beat (hence the name, Rolly, pronounced "roll-eee").

    And from the CES ‘Aw, how cute’ department | Sync Blog

  • This palm-sized, egg-shaped gadget plays music through its external speakers – via its 2 gigabytes of internal memory or streamed from a nearby Bluetooth phone – and uses its six moving parts to spin, roll and dance to the beat.

    And from the 'cute' department

  • HOPE set aside part of the mezzanine for lounging in hammocks and watching video streamed from the talks for those who wanted a break or who were overflow from packed conference rooms.

    Joining the Boys' Club and Womens' Spaces

  • When the prayer finished, kids streamed from the field, running excitedly across the street, sand still pressed onto their foreheads.

    Happy End of Ramadan!

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