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It lets you search book texts. But, it also provides snippets, locates ones that interest you, and even helps you buy them. An ‘About this book’ gives you basic bibliographic data such as title, author, publication date, length and subject. Booking viewing varies between no previews, snippet views, limited previews to full view.
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It lets you search across languages, translate text, or even translate a full Web page to and from as many as 12 popular languages.
From the patent for a lipstick filed in 1941 by Eleanor Kairalla to a laptop with an evaporator cooling system in the lid, filed by Ralph Larson in 1995, you’ll find details on more than seven million US invention patents here. Abstracts, drawings, descriptions, claims…name it, and you have it all here.
A straightforward approach to seek sources on scholarly literature. You can dig around in several disciplines—across peer-reviewed papers (in any area of research), theses, books, citations, abstracts and articles from academic publishers, professional societies, pre-print repositories, universities and other scholarly organizations.
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If you think YouTube is synonymous with the best video clip searches, you’re wrong. Google Video casts a wider net. In this open online video directory, you can search, watch and buy an ever-growing collection of television shows, movies, music videos, documentaries, personal productions and more.