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2011-09-13 12:51:19
2011-09-13 12:51:19

There are differen kinds of multiple search engines:

Webcrawler.com, metacrawler.com, dogpile.com are searching both Google, yahoo, bing at the same time, and give results from both engines.

Wiibeez.com is a multiple search engines in one page to search the web, music and movies, all search results are opening in new windows. This site is for making fast web searches and get fast multiple different results.

Nowgoogle.com is a multi search engine based on different search results with the same keyword.

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