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sky buster

sky buster
 n.— «Servatious poked out the sky buster and when it came down Servy was on second.» —“Champs Shove Us Down The Ladder” Newark Daily Advocate (Ohio) Sept. 7, 1907. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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