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beamer

1. slang A vehicle manufactured by BMW. Come on, I'll take you for a ride in my beautiful new bimmer!
2. One who uses or is proficient with IBM computers. I'm a beamer, so I'll need a little extra time to figure out how to use this Mac.
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beamer

n. a user of IBM computers; one who is knowledgeable about IBM computers. (see also beemer.) I’m no beamer! I’m a Mac fan.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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He does have bones like mine so they do break and the problem with a beamer is that it hits you in parts that aren't protected."
But classic slang terms such as clype, beamer, jessie, ned, and even a snottery beak, are all coming to life for the first time thanks to a new illustrated book.
In the same over as the beamer Oakes then trapped James lbw with the former England opener leaving the wicket pointing his bat in Oakes' direction, as a war of words ensued.
Stuart managed just one legal delivery and two dangerous head-high beamers at Sanath Jayasuriya before being sidelined, as the rules dictate, for the rest of the innings by umpire John Hampshire.
The main drama, however, came in the opening overs when Stuart was barred from bowling for the remainder of the innings for hurling two beamers in an over at Sanath Jayasuriya.
His career ended after he was sent home from India in 1958-59 by West Indies captain 'Jerry' Alexander, who decided his behaviour in bowling too many beamers was unacceptable.