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Button

A link to a file on a computer represented by a place the user can click with a mouse. A button may open a program, a directory or almost anything else contained in the computer. It may or may not be positioned on the desktop.
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"If a child swallows a button battery it can get stuck in their oesophagus or elsewhere in their system, causing death or serious illness," ACCC Deputy Chair Delia Rickard said.
For example, the order page for that box of Hershey assorted candy bars you were jonesing for not only has a link to a virtual Dash button, but also to a subscription button, too.
Ellis and Lange (2017) emphasized we all have three main "screwball types of thinking" which cause us to let others push our buttons:
Over the 2015-2018 period, the DGCCRF controlled 133 electric toys, 5 of which proved to be non-compliant, with button cells accessible.
Since ages, buttons have been an important part of the clothing and fashion industry, used as tiny fasteners or adornment on the clothes.
Just as buttons can open reports, they also can be used to open other forms to display and edit information stored in tables.
The Office of the Gender & Women's Studies Librarian got its own button-making machine a couple of years ago, and we've been cranking out feminist buttons ever since to give away at conferences and student events.
Taryn Mitchell, global vice president of digital sales at RB, added: "Dash Button makes shopping easy and fun.
From the set of Reaction buttons, there are a lot of emojis that express positivity and the "Yay" button is one of them.
Facebook says no to 'dislike' button but tests 'sad' and 'angry' buttons
Nick Button, Jonathan Wilby, Sean Byrne, Mark Moseley, Philip Costigan and Haydn Jones, Band Hatton Button partners
Jarvis also announced that for this first time in nearly a decade, the cost of the adult admission button will increase.