Domain: searchlores.org

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en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
youtube.com 30,834,319
answers.yahoo.com 10,536,143
brothersoft.com 1,758,237
google.com 10,298,059
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faqs.org 405,724
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son_font.htm: An essay on identifying and getting ahold of fonts
(With a script to extract fonts from pdf files) by sonof. Version 0.03. Additions: april 2003 (embed), may 2006 (free fonts and pay fonts) ...
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hosts1.htm: Fravia's web-searching lore (¯`·.¸(¯`·.¸ hosts1.htm ...
127.0.0.1 www98.valueclick.com # entries, and all must be blocked out 127.0.0.1 www99.valueclick.com # in order for this file to work. :-( ...
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Yahoo!/Inktomi's search syntax
The most comprehensive (afaik:) reference on the web for Yahoo/Inktomi's advanced search syntax.
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c_thirds.htm: How to search the web, by fravia+ THIRD classroom ...
http://www.hogtied.com/members/news/alt.binaries.pictures.erotica.bondage/874/ckbd6351.jpg. Hmmm, that's an interesting hint isn't it ? :) ckbd6351.jpg ...
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davidbarry.htm: Thirty - How to Win Arguments, As It Were
by DAVE BARRY. I argue very well. Ask any of my remaining friends. I can win an argument on any topic, against any opponent. People know this, and steer ...
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subli_34.htm: Fravia's web-searching lore (¯`·.¸(¯`·.¸ subli_34 ...
Behemoth found A LOT of hidden images. +Forseti pointed out the skull. ... "A cigarette box in an ice cube?" Wandering about this absurd composition I ...
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Underground Search Engines
You can use cum grano salis some of the following ad hoc search engines. ... [http://www.nethersearch.com/] 'The Main Stream Guide to the Web's Back Alleys" ...
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deepweb_searching.htm: The lore of searching: how to exploit the ...
Fortunately (for us! Unfortunately for the proprietary content providers) the ... to the "scholarly level" contributions of an army of "non academic" specialists. .... Now we know that the linked URLs are: www.lexisnexis.com/unive
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dictiona.htm: the searchers' linguistic station: translations aids ...
Translations Vocabularies Dictionaries Etymological dictionaries. How to translate/read on the fly russian, chinese, japanese, arabic and korean ...
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rebodyla.htm: An attempt at reversing body language
Slowly crossing or uncrossing the legs while being watched by an interested male is a strong attraction signal, especailly when the female is slightly ...
 
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