(cricket) a full-pitched ball bowled at the batsman’s head
beamer joined the company at its organization, and was made 2nd Corporal March 7, ’63.
History of Company K. 1st (Inft,) Penn’a Reserves H. N. (Henry N.) Minnigh
Faults in quality or mistakes made in the spinning-room are often credited to the winder, beamer or reeler.
Women in Modern Industry B. L. Hutchins
Dimly he saw himself, faceless, a beamer gripped tight on one hand, a corpse at his feet.
The Status Civilization Robert Sheckley
Nelson toned down the volume of his beamer and fired at a fence post.
The Happy Man Gerald Wilburn Page
video, hardware, communications
A personal video station (PVS) that adds video to standard telephone lines at no additional cost.
radiant; bright. smiling brightly; cheerful. any of various relatively long pieces of metal, wood, stone, etc., manufactured or shaped especially for use as rigid members or parts of structures or machines. Building Trades. a horizontal bearing member, as a joist or lintel. Engineering. a rigid member or structure supported at each end, subject to bending […]
bright, cheerful, and optimistic. Historical Examples Consternation showed on every face, and beamish swore bitterly. The Pit Prop Syndicate Freeman Wills Crofts Paliser, in producing Mrs. beamish, had also produced the programme. The Paliser case Edgar Saltus Mr. beamish questioned her most incredulously, half-smiling. The Short Works of George Meredith George Meredith Captain beamish is […]
the edible nutritious seed of various plants of the legume family, especially of the genus Phaseolus. a plant producing such seeds. the pod of such a plant, especially when immature and eaten as a vegetable. any of various other beanlike seeds or plants, as the coffee bean. Slang. a person’s head. a coin or a […]
- Bean aphid
a small, black aphid, Aphis fabae, often found on beans and related plants.