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“Another is that it is available full-text free online as of this writing at least.”
“As of Monday, a Microsoft Word document containing the full-text of the teen thriller "Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer was still available on Baidu Library, in English.”
“But many parents and students do not know how to differentiate between full-text or catalogued abbreviated articles on the internet.”
“ProQuest has signed a long-term agreement to be the exclusive provider of 85 full-text newspaper titles from the world-leading news and information provider Gannett Company, Inc.”
“I look forward getting your permission to put your full-text RSS feed on our site.”
“The way it would work if you accept our invitation is that we would use your RSS full-text feed to place your most recent post on your personal page on GlobalPost. com.”
“If knowing what other people are saying about a particular book is important (and it sometimes can be), why not seek out the full-text reviews, either print reviews or blog posts about the book?”
“To judge by a Google Books search through digitalized, full-text versions of the books, neither Siringo in his memoirs nor Mr. Lamar in his biography of the detective makes any reference to George Carmack or Soapy Smith.”
“Windows only: Popular iTunes-alternative MediaMonkey updates to version 3.1 today, bringing a giant list of fixes and improvements that include friendlier full-text search, iPod Shuffle 3G support, performance boosts (due in no small part to multicore processing support, says CNET), better album art rendering, and smoother syncing.”
“An amazing number of Priestley's original writings (along with other texts from that period) are available from Google as downloadable PDFs, with scans of the original page design and typography, along with full-text searching.”
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