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buster

[′bəs·tər]
(metallurgy)
A pair of dies used in press forging for barreling, for flattening a hot metal billet, or for loosening scale on hot, ferrous forging billets.
(mining engineering)
An expanding wedge used to break down coal or rock.

buster

An order to fly at maximum continuous power. The term is used for combat aircraft.
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Mortified by Buster's actions, Ellie blurts out another name in a vain attempt to get Buster to move on.
She took Buster to her local PDSA PetAid hospital, where he had an operation to remove the lead.
A message on the Twitter feed created for another of O'Grady's dogs, Olga - who was affectionately known as Buster's sister - said late last night: "Hate to tell you this folks but Buster died tonight.
A note on the show's website added: "We're very sad to tell you all that Buster died yesterday after a short illness.
The pair, who have a twoyear- old son Dylan, are now at their wits end and would do anything to get Buster back.
We've got 20 Buster packs to give away, each worth 25 [pounds sterling], which include three Buster products, a shower radio, heart-shaped sink strainer end plughole-care booklet.
Pirates Buster is tailored for Windows Vista and its Digital Rights Management (DRM) and is certified by the Japan Photographic Copyright Association (JPCA).
Buster, known to millions of viewers as a frequent guest on the Paul O'Grady Show on Channel 4 and ITV, needed surgery for an infected ulcer in his left eye.
Dropped from afar, the bunker buster allegedly drills toward its underground target where its smallish nuclear warhead detonates with devastating effect on the enemy below the surface.
The program, a spin-off of the PBS children's program "Arthur," deals with an animated rabbit named Buster who travels around the country with his dad meeting other children and learning about local customs, cultures and food.
Sniffer dog Buster, a five-year-old springer spaniel, and his handler, Bedworth-born Sgt Danny Morgan, were at the Imperial War Museum to get the award from Princess Alexandra.