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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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Recalling the day he lost Buster, Mr Smith said: "I remember the day vividly.
Sean, who lives in Weoley Castle, said: "I have had Buster for just over two years.
The 54-year-old said: "Buster was a very courageous and determined dog and I think that is what kept him going so long.
Among the newest attractions at Dave & Buster's is a virtual-reality platform that currently features the movie Jurassic World.
For a limited time in the summer, interested pet owners may use the discount code "FURBALL" to get 25% off their first order of Buster's Brew Bone Broth Tea for Pets.
The Fraud Buster was built following more than two years of anti-fraud pattern learnings and statistical modeling, using a combination of machine learning, big data and human experience.
"Buster will be nine this year, and he has mellowed out a bit more, but he's still hyperactive - he doesn't stop.
When snow starts to fall, two curious foxes appear in the garden, unseen by anyone apart from Buster.
The enforcement team of LWMC responded over citizen's complaint, and taking action, removed the vehicle from the road and fined Rs 1000 to clean buster.
Buster is an outgoing and enthusiastic boy, who shows traits of a typical Labrador.
Buster's Liquors & Wines in Memphis, Tennessee is one such family-owned entity.