A wreck on shore is a beacon at sea.
If a person lacks a beacon light—ideal, his life will be fuddled.
Is always check out distress beacons.
The beacon was activated. Who is in danger?
And this shape corresponds to an emergency beacon.
What if we could use these electromagnetic pulses as beacons, beacons in a moving network of powerful transmitters?
It was an ad product called Beacon.
I have the Argus beacon with me.
These goals have become the beacon of national efforts all across the earth.
And that works all based on Beacon technologies.
Light beacons will alert the two dozen ships which cross the gyre each week to its presence.
I can send the beacon, and your sister can launch our package.
The story of Facebook Beacon is the time where Facebook got really burdened.
Together, American, the United Kingdom are a beacon for Prosperity and the rule of law.
So we can send a beacon to my sister on earth.
I'm in the heart of Fort McMurray and in a neighborhood called Beacon Hill.
The box has an underwater beacon that can transmit at a depth of 4,000 meters.
" Sorry..." Ron repeated, his red face shining like a beacon against the bright blue sky.
Such short, targeted blips, dubbed Benford beacons, should be the targets of SETI efforts, a growing number of scientists say.
He said in a statement that the yacht had communications devices, including radio and emergency beacons, which helped alert rescuers.
When you look at the display, you have our beacon yellow that attracts consumers to the destination.
Germany has been a beacon of stability for the U.S. and Europe. Is this going to change?