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  1. Specialized Search Engines (Awesome Library)
      Provides search engines, by topic. 6-99

  1. Ask for Kids (
      Ask a short question in your own words and Jeeves will quickly look for an Internet answer.

  2. Ask for Kids (
      Ask a short question in your own words and Jeeves will quickly look for an Internet answer. Designed for Kids

  3. Bibliophiles: Search Engines for Bibliophiles (
      "Whether you want to find a great deal on the latest thriller or do some extensive research for a school project, these 100 search engines and web tools can help to point you in the right direction, saving you time that can be better spent reading." 10-08

  4. CAG Enterprises
      Provides search boxes for the most popular search engines and some specialized search engines, such as in education.

  5. Copernic 2000
      Provides free software for searches of multiple search engines simultaneously.

  6. Google star
      Provides results by popularity and number of links to the site. Also provides a cached version of each page, in case the server is down at the time.

  7. Open Directory
      Provides over 2 million links in over 200,000 categories. Rated as the best directory on the Web by PC World magazine (September 2000). 8-00

  8. Patents Search (United States Patent and Trademark Office)
      Provides "full text of all US patents issued since January 1, 1976, and full-page images of each page of every US patent issued since 1790."

  9. Pictures Search (North Central Regional Educational Laboratory)
      Provides a search engine for child-safe pictures. 1-02

  10. Profusion
      Search up to three search engines at once, with duplicate findings removed. Search using the fastest engines or the most accurate engines or a combination of both.

  11. Simple Searches (
      Provides simple and quick searches. 08-11

  12. - Family Safe Searches (
      Provides resources that have been rated for child safety. 10-01

  1. Advanced Search Tips (Smith)
      Provides assistance with advanced searches using seven different Web libraries or "search engines."

  2. Children's Search Engines (Ivy's Kid Search)
      Provides search engines that have child-safe resources. 5-02

  3. Google Search Tips (New York Times)
      "Iím always amazed that more people donít know the little tricks you can use to get more out of a simple Google search. Here are 10 of my favorites." 04-10

  4. How Search Engines Are Used (Pew Charitable Trusts)
      Reports Patterns of Use of Search Engines. 7-02

  5. Multicultural and Multilingual Search Engine (
      Provides a search engine that can search in a variety of languages. 9-02

  6. Search Engine Design (Macmillan Publishers - Nature)
      Provides a discussion on the next steps in the development of search engines, with an emphasis on the Google search engine. 5-00

  7. Search Engine Rating Systems (Search Engine Watch - Sullivan)
      Provides descriptions of how each major search engine rates sites. 01-07

  8. Search Engines (
      Provides a list of major English-language search engines by country. 08-07

  9. Using Search Engines (
      Provides information to help with finding information on search engines. 01-07

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