Sunbeam may refer to:

  • Sunlight
  • Crepuscular rays, rays of sunlight that appear to radiate from a single point in the sky (such as a gap in clouds)

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Sunbeam - Other
... Sunbeam Playschool Sunbeam (album), a 1978 album by The Emotions Ponygon and Kafk Sunbeam, characters in Zatch Bell! Operation Sunbeam, a series of four nuclear tests ...
Sunbeam S7 And S8 - Design Problems
... was originally based on a captured BMW R75 but Sunbeam did not want the S series to look too "German", so an in-line OHC, parallel twin was designed instead of a flat twin "across the frame" ... Serious problems with vibration made the new Sunbeam bikes uncomfortable to ride and all production originally sent to South Africa was recalled ... Sunbeam's solution to this was to reduce the power to 24 bhp (18 kW), which did nothing to help post war sales ...
Sunbeam Australia
... Sunbeam Corporation Limited is an Australian home appliance brand with headquarters in Sydney, New South Wales that cater to the Australian and New Zealand markets ... Sunbeam's Café Series of products include domestic espresso machines and coffee grinders ... The name changed again to Sunbeam Corporation in 1946 ...
Sunbeam S7 And S8 - Owners Clubs
... The Sunbeam Motor Cycle Club is one of the longest established in the UK and was founded in July 1924 at the London showrooms of John Marston Ltd in Holborn Viaduct who made the Sunbeam motorcycles in their ... The Sunbeam Motor Cycle Club is, however, a sporting motorcycle club that organises trials and vintage bike rallies and runs and the "owners section" was just a small part of it ... When Sunbeam production ended BSA sold the remaining stock of parts to Stewart Engineering ...
Sunbeam (album)
... Sunbeam is an album by The Emotions ... Sunbeam has been certified Gold by the RIAA ...

Famous quotes containing the word sunbeam:

    I greet you at the beginning of a great career, which must yet have had a long foreground somewhere, for such a start. I rubbed my eyes a little to see if this sunbeam were no illusion; but the solid sense of the book is a sober certainty. It has the best merits, namely, of fortifying and encouraging.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)