Definition of High beam
1. Noun. The beam of a car's headlights that provides distant illumination.
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Literary usage of High beam
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1. Utilisation and Reliability of High Power Proton Accelerators: Workshop by NEA Nuclear Science Committee (2003)
"... CEA and CNRS have undertaken an important R&D programme on very high beam power light-ion accelerators (MW class) for several years. ..."
2. Light's Labour's Lost: Policies for Energy-Efficient Lighting by Paul Waide, Satoshi Tanishima, International Energy Agency (2006)
"Light bulb High-beam filament Dispersed light (if present) Reflector (elliptical) Shield (near the image plane) Projector optics. ..."
3. Directory of Federal Laboratory and Technology Resources: A Guide to (1993)
"Unique instrumentation includes a nuclear microprobe with high beam currents in spot sizes no more than 10 micrometers in diameter for analyzing small ..."
4. Power and the Plow by Lynn Webster Ellis, Edward Aloysius Rumely (1911)
"For stubble plowing in very hard ground a high beam with a goose neck is necessary to keep the plow in the ground. On wooden beam plows and on some gang ..."
5. Feeding Animals: A Practical Work Upon the Laws of Animal Growth, Specially by Elliot W. Stewart (1883)
"... post on the side of the floor to the outside post, just under this high beam. Such a long brace on each side will hold the barn rigidly from rocking. ..."