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Google pagerank is Updating

Discussion in 'Google' started by checkrankings, Jun 29, 2006.

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  1. chrysostom

    chrysostom Guest

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    #1021
    I tried it; it didn't work. Perhaps, the problem is a used two $5 bills; maybe if I try with just one $10 or ten $1 it will work? Also, does it matter if it is the right or left leg that I hop on? I tried it both ways and it still didn't work.SEMrush
     
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    #1022
    http://www.google.com/search?source...ls=GGLJ,GGLJ:2006-21,GGLJ:en&q=define:ellipse

    http://www.google.com/search?source...s=GGLJ,GGLJ:2006-21,GGLJ:en&q=define:ellipsis

     
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    #1023
    My bad, I meant the kind that was in any way possible to put in the comments I was referring to. AFAIK, all gramatical elipses are 3 dots. :rolleyes:

    -Michael
     
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  4. minstrel

    minstrel Illustrious Member

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    #1024
    *sigh*

    grammatical

    ellipse = oval shape
    ellipsis = "three dots"
     
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    #1025
    hukd on foniks wurkd for him!
     
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    #1026
    Lets not make this a grammer thread again :D
     
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    The Webmaster IdeasOfOne

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    #1027
    may b ur not makin urself clear doc....:D :D
     
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    #1028
    Leave my Gramma out of this. :cool:
     
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    minstrel Illustrious Member

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    #1029
    I'll drink to that! :eek:
     
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    #1030

    Heh, well, better a grammer thread than another 'pr is updating' thread... :D
     
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    #1031
    You can use quarters if you like. When you get tired of hopping on 1 leg, hop on the other. Just make sure you don't stop quacking or flapping.

    It always works... eventually. :D

    Betcha you're glad I didn't point this out 900 posts ago huh?

    (snicker)

    Dave
     
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    #1032
    Agree, I'm the last person that should get into a debate about that :)
     
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    #1033
    The real question is:

    Why is the "SAVE" icon on most applications a picture of 3.5" floppy disk? No one who is new to computers has ever seen one of those. So the icon has no meaning at all.
     
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    #1034
    You will have to fight me for the back of the que :D
     
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    #1035
    More importantly why do I have to press the start button to stop my computer?
     
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    #1036
    I keep hitting escape and I'm still here.

    Dave
     
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    #1037
    Did I mention that I not only own grammerprimer.com, I forgot that I misspelled it the first time, and renewed it by accident...? :D :D :D

    Set the whole damn thing up before I looked at it and said, Wait, that's not right...

    -Michael
     
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    #1038
    Iz the buiy that bilds the boat an Iz the buy thet sailes her.

    Wait...

    Well oil beef hooked m r ducks!!


    Grammar lesson of the day ;)
     
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    #1039
    >all gramatical elipses are 3 dots.

    I believe you can have a 4 dot ellipsis (if it includes a preceding period)! ;o)
     
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    #1040
    why would you need an ellipsis if you are cutting at the end of a sentence? :confused:
     
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