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Googling for Wiktionary / 2010-12-27
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Google has this habit of providing extra links to sites within its search results, which go to specific supposedly popular pages within the site. I’ve made use of them a number of times and they’re usually pretty helpful, though I’ve never determined the sort of rules that produce the links (they’re plentiful enough that I assume they aren’t done manually).

Then today I noticed an interesting instance of the feature when I searched for “wiktionary”:

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