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  • n. Plural form of browsing.


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  • There's no doubt that multimedia presentations make some kinds of information more accessible. catalog searches, list browsings, library research and reference work.

    The Great Multimedia Debate

  • My earliest browsings lead me to believe that it would be a good idea to keep plenty of beans, tuna, rice, olive oil and pasta on hand.


  • So I leave you this Friday night with some recent browsings:

    chicagojo Diary Entry

  • However, my browsings led me to an article entitled "Why Does Software Work Take So Long?" that, while not of recent vintage, held great interest.

    Software Programming Inefficiency: I am part of the problem

  • If I come across one in my antique store/flea market browsings, I'll pick it up for you.

    My Collection

  • JAMES BROSNAHAN, ATTORNEY FOR MARK KLEIN: He became aware and was assigned the job of assisting in a split of the fiber optic cable, so that it took a complete copy of all the e-mails and all of the web browsings that people do, people of all kinds, companies of all kinds and sent it to a secret government room.

    CNN Transcript May 13, 2006

  • Churchman's Magazine in 1870, and an article on the “Poema del Cid,” the first-fruits of my Spanish browsings in the Bodleian, appeared in Macmillan early in 1872.

    Writer's Recollections

  • ” Bacon and Emerson followed in the footsteps of Montaigne, and present us with the results of their browsings among books and of their own dispersed meditations.


  • Jones had never been a great reader, he had read a cheap novel or two, but his browsings in the literary fields had been mainly confined to the uplands where the grass is improving.

    The Man Who Lost Himself

  • So she kissed him, for luck, and left him to his midnight browsings ....

    Far to Seek A Romance of England and India


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