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  • noun Plural form of cybersurfer.

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Examples

  • There will be lots of stories about individual suffering, government incompetence and the struggle to bring back historic, ravaged areas (CNN is even making its online service, Pipeline, free for one day tomorrow so cybersurfers can watch Mardi Gras)

    Eric Deggans: Katrina Aftermath Coverage: Where's the Big Picture?

  • Not only would Big Brother be looming over the shoulders of international cybersurfers, he also threatens to render our state-of-the-art computer software engineers obsolete and unemployed.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Not only would Big Brother be looming over the shoulders of international cybersurfers, he also threatens to render our state-of-the-art computer software engineers obsolete and unemployed.

    A trip down right-wing memory lane

  • PARIS (AFP) -- A global digital library allowing scholars and cybersurfers to scroll through such unique works as the 13th-century "Devil's Bible" and rare photos from the Ottoman empire was launched on Tuesday.

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  • It's loaded mostly with hobbyist tribute pages, authored by penny-pinching cybersurfers who put up with primitive tools and gaudy ads in exchange for free hosting.

    Fool.com: The Motley Fool

  • It's loaded mostly with hobbyist tribute pages, authored by penny-pinching cybersurfers who put up with primitive tools and gaudy ads in exchange for free hosting.

    The Money Times - finance news, lifestyle, markets, investment, personal finance, banking, retirement planning

  • RELIEF NET, A NEW INTERNET site. links cybersurfers to such groups as Oxfam America, CARE, American Friends Service Committee Food for the Hungry and Doctors Without Borders.

    Good Works

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