Definitions

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  • noun Surfing the Internet.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A cybersurfing policeman can compile a dossier on a regime opponent without the trouble of the street surveillance and telephone tapping required in a pre-Net world.

    NYT > Global Home

  • A cybersurfing policeman can compile a dossier on a regime opponent without the trouble of the street surveillance and telephone tapping required in a pre-Net world.

    NYT > Home Page

  • A cybersurfing policeman can compile a dossier on a regime opponent without the trouble of the street surveillance and telephone tapping required in a pre-Net world.

    NYT > Home Page

  • A cybersurfing policeman can compile a dossier on a regime opponent without the trouble of the street surveillance and telephone tapping required in a pre-Net world.

    NYT > Home Page

  • A cybersurfing policeman can compile a dossier on a regime opponent without the trouble of the street surveillance and telephone tapping required in a pre-Net world.

    NYT > Home Page

  • likely just some bored desk jockey getting his morning cybersurfing done while wating for the coffeemaker to do its thing.

    Keeping Us Safe!

  • Of course, I’m no slouch when it comes to cybersurfing.

    Communication Gap

  • Of course, I’m no slouch when it comes to cybersurfing.

    2008 April « Becca’s Byline

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