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  • 121beam-rid|ing — «BEEM RY dihng», noun, adjective. –n. a method of guiding a missile by an electronic beam. –adj. following an electronic beam …

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  • 122beam´ish|ly — beam|ish «BEE mihsh», adjective. tending to beam with good cheer; beaming: »Come to my arms, my beamish boy! (Lewis Carroll). –beam´ish|ly, adverb …

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  • 123beam|ish — «BEE mihsh», adjective. tending to beam with good cheer; beaming: »Come to my arms, my beamish boy! (Lewis Carroll). –beam´ish|ly, adverb …

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  • 124Beam propagation method — (BPM) refers to a computational technique in Electromagnetics, usedto solve the Helmholtz equation under conditions of a time harmonic wave. BPM works under slowly varying envelope approximation, for linear and nonlinear equations.The beam… …

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  • 125beam splitter — [bem′split΄ər] an optical device with a special mirror or prism system that separates a beam of light into component beams, used in making holograms, separating colors in a color TV camera, etc.: occasionally written beamsplitter [bem′split΄ər] n …

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  • 126beam trawling — noun • • • Main Entry: ↑beam …

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  • 127beam rider — beam rider, a guided missile which follows an electronic beam …

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  • 128beam tetrode — beam tetrode, British. a beam power tube …

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  • 129beam transmission — beam transmission, transmission of radio signals reflected into a beam for direction to a particular destination or destinations …

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  • 130beam valve — beam valve, British. a beam power tube …

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  • 131beam-pow|er tube — «BEEM POW uhr», a kind of vacuum tube for increasing power, in which the electrons flowing to the anode (plate) are focused into a beam which causes secondary electrons to be turned back …

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  • 132beam-split|ter — «BEEM SPLIHT uhr», noun. 1. a) a prismatic device on a camera lens which separates light into the three primary colors. b) a camera equipped with such a device, used for color photography. 2. a device which breaks up a beam of light as it emerges …

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  • 133beam´ing|ly — beam|ing «BEE mihng», adjective. 1. shining; bright. SYNONYM(S): gleaming, luminous. 2. looking or smiling brightly; cheerful. SYNONYM(S): radiant. –beam´ing|ly, adverb …

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  • 134beam|ing — «BEE mihng», adjective. 1. shining; bright. SYNONYM(S): gleaming, luminous. 2. looking or smiling brightly; cheerful. SYNONYM(S): radiant. –beam´ing|ly, adverb …

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  • 135beam|width — «BEEM WIHDTH, WIHTTH», noun. the angular width of a radio or radar beam …

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  • 136Beam Approach Beacon System — (or BABS) is an automatic RADAR landing system developed in the early 1940 s.It is a responder (or transponder) mounted in a Hillman van and placed at the end of the runway. In some cases fixed sites were installed and by the mid 1950 s Standard… …

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  • 137beam someone down — beam (someone/something) down to send someone or something to earth as waves of energy. A few people liked my idea, but most just looked at me as though I d beamed down from outer space …

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  • 138beam something down — beam (someone/something) down to send someone or something to earth as waves of energy. A few people liked my idea, but most just looked at me as though I d beamed down from outer space …

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  • 139beam down — beam (someone/something) down to send someone or something to earth as waves of energy. A few people liked my idea, but most just looked at me as though I d beamed down from outer space …

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  • 140beam me up, scotty — Something someone says when they want to get out of a place or situation, meaning Get me out of here! . (It comes from the TV series and movies Star Trek, though the exact words used were a little different.) …

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