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“Panguso is similar to Google and the dominant Chinese search engine, Baidu, but appears to have implemented a much higher level of key-word filtering.”
“Lots of it, brilliantly embedded around key-word searches, often offering direct links for the person on the keyboard to purchase the products right there, online.”
“Human language is so much more complicated than a key-word search," says the Library of Congress's Anderson.”
“I know by experience that a favourable reference to “Nature” in one of my articles is liable to bring me abusive letters, and though the key-word in these letters is usually “sentimental,” two ideas seem to be mixed up in them.”
“With the increase of digitized full text from various mass digitization efforts, we advise MARC practitioners to focus on authorized names, classifications, identifiers, and controlled vocabularies that key-word searching of full-text will not provide, rather than on “descriptive metadata”.”
“Brain death;: A bibliography with key-word and author indexes (NINDS bibliography series) by Andrew Jeptha Kincannon Smith”
“(I wonder how that technology has helped the Chinese government to block browser searches using the key-word Uighur this week.)”
“Horowitz, the former full-on-Lefty loon, as do most people, know that people have to come to their own epiphany - you can deluge them with facts as much you like but until you hit them with the kernel that can manage to get past their automated response system of Denial - sound in, pick key-word, spout Democrat Talking Point out….”
“And before Raevmo goes off on another tangent about * what* the challenge of those findings is, let me just go ahead and re-type the key-word phrases from the cited copy …”
“AOL users can go to key-word "" mail controls '' to block spam.”
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