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For a powerhouse search engine, head for http://search.simplify.net. Enter your search phrase and then choose from responses from numerous search engines', several Online stores, computer software that'll help with the subject, and various newsgroups that address the issue. Wow!
Did you know that Clinton is mendacious? (Mendacious..... adj.: A person who is lying or is untruthful. False, dishonest. Also 'mendacity' [Keywords: snake, weasel]

The Home of Seldom Used Words:
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Net-Direct Reference Desk - Everything from law to geography to household tips has its place here. 
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WWW Virtual Reference Sites - Mega resources:
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These Sites contain over 2,500 of the most popular information reference locations and tools on the Web. The site includes Maps, Facts, Calculators, Dictionaries, Directories, Chat, Travel, Health, Languages, Sports, Calendars, Jobs, Weather, Music, Autos, Humor, - plus many many more helpful tools to assist you. 


A Doctor Directory Super user friendly. Awards keep rolling in. This site contains virtually every physician in the country. Also features the Hospital Directory and Healthplan Directory. The Health News Directory features the advanced real-time news feeds. 
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You might also want to look at Alta Vista's translation engine:
http://babelfish.altavista.com/content/browser.htm 

Babelfish does a pretty good job. http://www.freetranslation.com  is
another good one. I'd probably try both and compare the results and
still give it a proofread to the best of my ability, to make sure it
doesn't say anything too strange!

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