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a large, oblong piece of wood or other material, used especially for construction

a series of particles or waves traveling close together in parallel paths

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to emit a bright light

to curve the lips upward in expressing amusement, pleasure, or happiness

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a signal transmitted along a narrow path

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a group of nearly parallel lines of electromagnetic radiation

(nautical) breadth amidships

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the broad side of a ship

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a gymnastic apparatus used by women gymnasts

smile radiantly

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express with a beaming face or smile

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have a complexion with a strong bright color, such as red or pink

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experience a feeling of well-being or happiness, as from good health or an intense emotion

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The Jimmy Beam Down Light helps the driver to see along the sides and downwards of the vehicle or trailer," said Jim.
Through the use of multicasting, Pegasus Express will enable satellites to beam down multi-megabits per second of streaming full-screen video and high-fidelity audio to all subscriber homes simultaneously.
He wishes he has friends so little aliens beam down in spaceships.
Teachers at Henry Hinde Juniors in Cornwallis Road, New Bilton, invited the globe-trotting "Prof" to beam down with his history roadshow as a half-term treat.
THE Russians will tonight try to beam down a powerful light beam from space using a giant mirror.
We're concentrating, or squeezing, the beam down from a big size to a small size, making a thin stream from a thick one, the way a funnel does with water.
He's going to beam down a new movie in the Star Trek series everyone thought had crash-landed.
RANGERS' young star Stephen Hughes has been through the injury wars - but now the bright lights are starting to beam down on the brave 21-year-old.
It splits light into several different wavelengths, each carrying digital information, to beam down an optical fibre, greatly increasing the amount of information which can be sent at one time.
Even so, NASA hopes to beam down high-resolution images this spring of the asteroid Gaspra, which Galileo photographed last Oct.