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Beamer

Regionally popular drug slang for:
(1) Crack cocaine.
(2) A user of crack cocaine.
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Beamer built Virginia Tech football into a national power, taking over the program in 1987 and leading the Hokies to a BCS championship game in 1999.
"This helps bring in new customers from far-off places too as my store's pop up screen is beamed to the phone of any Beamer passing by in its vicinity."
Test batsman Basit Ali said three beamers in a row surprised me.
Cellphone TV is coming closer as the mini beamer would make it possible to create a public viewing event on a small scale - for example on a white bathing towel by the side of a lake.
Improved circuitry along with heat dispersal fins allow this cool beamer to function continuously for up to 140 hours.
BRETT LEE has got a rough ride over his latest beamer row.
"Beamers always look nasty, but Tino did the right thing and apologised straight away and there's absolutely no bad feeling at all between the teams.
It is the first time in one-day international history a bowler had been removed from the attack by an umpire for two beamers.
ZIMBABWE paceman Travis Friend was sensationally stopped from bowling by umpire Srinivas Venkatar-aghavan yesterday after he continually fired beamers at Sachin Tendulkar.
WARWICKSHIRE seamer Chris Woakes has received three penalty points under the England and Wales Cricket Board's discipline code for bowling two beamers in last week's Twenty20 Cup quarterfinal defeat by Kent at Edgbaston.
It represents jessies, beamers and clypes in a way no one could have imagined.
``You can't go around bowling deliberate beamers like that in a game,'' complained James.