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  • n. Alternative spelling of laser beam.


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  • The same laserbeam is most likely able to cut the same 500.000 houses in half.

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  • I think the army is happy enough with a laserbeam that can power 500.000 homes.

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  • Now on a tall, rangy man with laserbeam-blue eyes and a cruel mouth.

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  • A sudden call from one of his associates alerts Jaime to something strange going on downtown: “Rioters armed with laserbeam weapons” have run riot.

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  • OK, when you're standing on asphalt and the ground begins to split open, and giant mechanical monsters with laserbeam hands seem to spring to life from the sewers, you might want to GET THE FUCK OUT OF THERE instead of just standing around to see what happens next.

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  • You're pretty stubborn, fixing your sights like a laserbeam on what you want, and sometimes that can be detrimental, but no one can run from you for long.

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  • One was lit down in the main square in Wengen; in response to it, another laserbeam lanced out upward from the meteorological research facility on the peak of the Jungfrau, pure white, casting a light like bright moonlight on everything around.

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  • And one tiniest light, farthest away, due north by Lake Luzern: not a bonfire, but a laserbeam starting upward straight as a spear from the peak of Mount Pilatus, and vanishing into the night.

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  • Let Them Eat, about zombie kittens with laserbeam eyes, what a massacre the first episode it is and how deranged I must be to write something like that.

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  • It's quicksilver lightning with a laserbeam kicker.

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  • It's a verb.

    December 13, 2006