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- And a letter vnto Asaph the keeper of the kings forrest, that he may giue me timber to make beames for the gates of the palace which appertained to the house, and for the wall of the Citie, and for the house that I shall enter into: And the king granted me, according to the good hand of my God vpon me.
One of the principal horizontal structural members, usually of timber or concrete, of a building; one of the transverse members of a ship's frame on which the decks are laid — supported at the sides by knees in wooden ships and by stringers in steel ones.
(RQ:Homer Chapman Odysseys)
1905, Beatrix Potter, ''Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle|The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle''
- Lucie opened the door: and what do you think there was inside the hill?—a nice clean kitchen with a flagged floor and wooden beams—just like any other farm kitchen.
1892, Sydney Marow Eardley-Wilmot, ''Development of Navies During the Last Half-Century|The Development of Navies During the Last Half-Century'' Development of Navies During the Last Half-Century/Chapter 7|Chapter 7
- Being only 280 ft. long, with a beam of 66 ft, their speed is moderate, and for a long time difficulty was experienced in steering them.
The principal stem of the antler of a deer.
(quote-book), (w)| passage=Soon after this be subdued the ''Pisidians'' who made head against him, and conquered the ''Phrygians'', at whose chief city ''Gordium'' (which is said to have been the seat of the ancient ''Midas'') he saw the famous chariot fastened with cords made of the bark of the ''Cornel-Tree'', and was informed that the inhabitants had a constant tradition, that the empire of the world was reserved for him who should untie the knot. Most are of opinion, that ''Alexander'' finding that he could not untie it, because the ends of it were secretly folded up within it, cut it asunder with his sword, so that several ends appeared. But ''Aristobulus'' tells us that he very easily undid it, by only pulling the pin out of the beam which fastened the yoke to it, and afterwards drawing out the yoke itself.
In engines, a heavy iron lever having an oscillating motion on a central axis, one end of which is connected with the piston rod from which it receives motion, and the other with the crank of the wheel shaft.
''a beam of light''
''a beam of energy''
(RQ:Shakespeare Merchant of Venice Q1)
A ray; a gleam.
''a beam of hope, or of comfort''
(RQ:Keble Christian Year)
An elevated rectangular dirt pile used to cheaply build an elevated portion of a railway.
''to beam forth light''
To furnish or supply with beams
To give the appearance of beams to.
''Beam me up, Scotty; there's no intelligent life down here.''
''The injured crewmembers were immediately beamed to sickbay.''
To stretch something (for example an animal hide) on a beam.
To put (something) on a beam
To connect (musical notes) with a beam, or thick line, in music notation.
(verb form of)
beam of wood