With the proliferation of residents’ videos of confrontations with the law, more police agencies are equipping officers to record their version of events.
WHEN Walt Disney’s animated version of "Alice in Wonderland" (1951) proved a financial disappointment for the studio, Disney suggested that the problem lay with the character of Alice. She lacked, he reasoned, the agency and sympathetic humanity of Snow White or Cinderella.
Korean trustbusters raid Google offices (scoop)
The Korean Fair Trade Commission, that country's antitrust agency, raided Google's offices in Seoul today, CNET has learned. Regulators are apparently interested in information about Google allegedly limiting access to rival search engines on its ..
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Google’s dominance is under the trustbusters' microscope in America(19)
One that seeks to prosecute or dissolve business trusts.
trustbusting trust'bust'ing adj. & n.
A doorbuster is a strategy that serves a dual purpose. The goal of these special low price deals is to get customers into the store to buy specific items on sale and also to get them to come in and look around at what other items the store has to offer.
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/doorbusterdoorbuster (plural doorbusters) An unusually low sale price, typically offered by a retailer on a limited number of items for a limited time, often on prominent shopping days, such as the day after Thanksgiving in the US.
- One that breaks up something: a crime buster.
- A broncobuster.
- A particularly robust child.
- A baby buster.
- Informal. Fellow. Used in addressing a man or boy, especially out of annoyance: Watch where you're going, buster!
noun, mainly US
A riotous fellow; a 'mate', chap (esp. as a friendly or slightly disrespectful form of address). (1850 —) .
A. Shepard 'OK, Buster,' I said to myself, 'you volunteered for this thing' (1962).
[Dialectal variant of burster.]
Oxford American Dictionary
action or intervention, esp. such as to product a particular effect.
a thing or person that acts to produce a particular result. 這是我先前的答：貴人/物相助。
據The Oxford Companion to Children Literature 兩詞條的說明，我的說法還是有點根據。