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blockbuster

1. n. something enormous, especially a movie or book that attracts a large audience. That blockbuster should make about twenty million.
2. mod. exciting and successful. With a blockbuster novel like that in print, you should make quite a bundle.
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Blockbuster announced earlier this month that it will do away with late fees for movies and games, effective Jan.
In addition to hours of family entertainment, Blockbuster claims it will provide:
Jack Ferry, director of new media, Blockbuster Video, One Blockbuster Plaza, Ft.
Two courts have now come to the same conclusion on the merits - that Blockbuster competed fairly and honestly,'' Blockbuster General Counsel Edward Stead said.
DISH Network Corporation's subsidiary, Blockbuster L.
Blockbuster has dramatically expanded its inventory of games, organizing such brands as PlayStation2 and Xbox into their own sections complete with rental, retail and previously-played products grouped together.
If there's a Blockbuster in your neighborhood with 150 copies of `Saving Private Ryan' and you've only got four, the odds are the customer's going to Blockbuster,'' Fishbein said.
Pharmaceutical industry growth in the blockbuster era: an examination of how the industry has managed to sustain healthy growth despite the drop in new product launches.
Top 10 Selling Digital Titles on BLOCKBUSTER On Demand for the week ending August 15, 2010:
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Customers can now rent thousands of games for no additional charge through their BLOCKBUSTER By Mail subscription in addition to the thousands of movies and TV shows already available.
will soon make Wall Street happy by fulfilling its promise to spin off its Blockbuster chain.