to search lyric from songmeanings; http://www.songmeanings.net/…hp?action=title and query=
using the address http://www.americancorpus.org/x3.asp?r= and w11= you can see where and how an english word appears in the literature (magazines, newspapers, articles, etc.). edit: that didn't work. help.
incorrect use of the term "links" seen on english pages/sites, which are generally intended to promote other sites. i think it should be 'links' correctly.
to end acronymfinder's longing for more than a year, the following address can be used: http://www.acronymfinder.com/…arch/af.aspx?acronym= also http://starling.rinet.ru/…config and morpho=0 and ba.. using the .dataalt urcet and first=1 and method_trk=substring and text_trk= link, it is possible to find the pre-the and other the equivalents of some words. but the characters may not take much time. try: room, one, two, frost, sit, wolf, sol
it seems like a bit of a late application since there is now an integrated "search" feature in all browsers and millions of search engines compatible with firefox can be written in particular. but still nice to see the coders working...