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  • n. Plural form of laser beam.


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  • She recognized a lot of them from news clips and reputation: the Invincible, dressed in red, white, and blue, who as far as anyone could tell really was invincible and could fly to boot; Black Belt, who dressed like a ninja and could shoot laser beams from his hands; Quantum Girl, a woman in a silver leotard and spike-heeled boots who could teleport; and more.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • He stares sternly at Eworth, his ruddy cheeks glowing, his heavily hooded eyes trained like laser beams on the artist, as if defying him to deviate from the agreed promotional arrangement.

    The Dragon’s Trail

  • "Also, they have fired laser beams at three of our large radars," Marshal Shavyrin said.

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • "Yeah, but laser beams are line-of-sight," Brandy reminded him.

    Phule me twice

  • They exploded onto the landing, rifles seeking a target, laser beams whipping left and right, shouting at each other, both men obviously half-blinded by the glare of the ambient light in their goggles.


  • In Hawkins Wood, leaves spread thick and green overhead, but the sun forced its way through in laser beams to flash into his eyes.

    The Hollow

  • Behind the laser beams four yellow plasma jets boiled out; following right on their heels the red lines of a dozen Spearhawk missiles shot similarly outward.


  • Quality-control instruments need maintenance; gauges go out of order; X rays and laser beams need adjustments.

    Why Nothing Works


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