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results list

(1) A group of records that meet the search criteria in a database query. Also called a "result set."

(2) A group of Web page addresses and brief summaries of the pages' content that meet the search criteria of a search engine query. See organic search results.
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A common question One SEO Company fields concerns the speed at which the SEO services will accomplish the stated objectives of gaining website traffic and moving up on a results list.
Google's upside is that it has integrated real-time search results into a standard Google results list.
From a simple results list, users can also link to specific records within the Catalogue to request an item or to conduct further searches of the collections.
The Sidebar has its own search box and finds applications, which can be launched directly from the results list that appears as words are typed in.
Furthermore, the apparently bipartisan results list others who supposedly fulfill the miserable failure criterion, including Jimmy Carter, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Howard Dean.
The sites that more closely match your search criteria usually will be listed at the top of the results list.
An online bookseller, for example, might pay 3 cents to appear on a results list each time a user searches using the term ``books.
Real-Time Duplicate Management - Prevail now provides reviewers more visibility to the number of duplicates in each results list and lets them apply categorizations to primaries and duplicates in a single process.
Elsewhere there were mixed fortunes for Teesside on Perth Green's show in South Shields, with the results list featuring two wins and two defeats.
Northern Light Search breaks new ground in search industry by identifying critical business issues in results list documents
In addition, the search results page has been improved, displaying the results list in one frame and the selected result page in another.
In the context of business-centric search, meaning extraction determines what information is contained in the documents on a search results list, suggests what business issues they address, assesses the tone of the documents, and directs the researcher to the documents that are most interesting based on their meaning rather than on their statistically-derived search relevance.