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beaming

verb
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1 : to send out beams of light <Sunlight was beaming through the window.
In 2002, Traficant was convicted of bribery, racketeering, and other charges, and began serving an eight-year sentence in federal prison, whence there is no beaming up.
To see the latent content, the addressee must "grab" the message from the beaming crowd as he would a pluck a point of light from a summer cloud of fireflies.
Lasers - powerful beams of concentrated light that once were the province of research laboratories, surgeons and Pentagon bomb makers - now are beaming their way into everyday life as the costs come down.
Directed-energy weapons are beam devices, such as lasers, designed to intercept and destroy incoming missiles by beaming energy into them (SN: 2/15/86, p.