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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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If you think you could give a home to Buster, visit Dogs Trust Darlington at Hill House Farm, Sadberge, DL2 1SL.
Bluffton: My Summers with Buster" is a beautiful book that will definitely pique readers' interest in Buster Keaton and his fabulous and hilarious motion pictures and shorts.
And word is being spread through blogging: One great example is Lanny Barnes, a biathlete who will compete in the next Olympics, who just wrote to tell us that she is a loyal Buster user and is telling all her Olympian teammates about the product.
Buster had been taken to Coventry Animal Centre where staff discovered a tiny barrel on his collar containing his address.
Paul and all the team are devastated and will all miss Buster very much.
War veteran Buster, who plays in a rock band when he's not at work cleaning vans, said: "It's about time someone my age did the marathon.
Black Taxi emerged from a firstbend melee to lead into the back, but Blonde Buster was soon on his case and the well-backed 6-4 favourite hit the front approaching the third bend.
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.
Buster Keton is one of the best actor-directors in movie history, and has received biographical attention before--but for true depth don't miss Buster Keaton: Tempest In A Flat Hat: it comes from a young writer who spent over a year repeatedly watching over 60 Keaton films and follows Keaton's career from vaudeville to silent film.