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“(I have always said that the national motto should be changed from "E Pluribus Unum" to the Latin Phrase for "Money Talks.")”
“See the section labeled “Document Annotation for Improved Ranking” in Phrase-based indexing in an information retrieval system.”
“A group at the University of Essex put together an entertaining new Web game called Phrase Detectives to help develop new materials for cutting-edge research into this basic problem of language.”
“[Sidenote: Eloquucion] _Eloquucion_, which the Greekes call Phrase, whereof also the name of eloquence dothe ryse, as of al partes it is the goodlyest, so also is it the most profitable and hardeste: in the whyche is seene that diuine myghte and vertue of an oratoure, whych as Cicero in hys oratorie particions defineth, is nothyng else but wisedom speakyng eloquently.”
“A Phrase is a short expression like, in vain, in fine, in short, to be sure, &c.”
“A Blogger Coins a Phrase and Galvanizes Russian Discontent @nytimesworld for international breaking news and headlines.”
“The most free Person of Quality, in Mr. Courtly's Phrase, that is, to speak properly, a Woman of Figure who has forgot her Birth and Breeding, dishonoured her Relations and her self, abandoned her Virtue and”
“It's also then worthwhile to take advantage of tracking tools and review which long tail phrases have converted and make appropriate content for them, add these terms to your Keyword Phrase target list.”
“So in our example above, it would look like, Your Home Page reads, "Keyword Phrase - Company Name".”
“Keyword Phrase receives 2,400 searches per month with ONLY 12,000 competing pages!”
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