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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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