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This REGUMREX's 123OneSearch combo of google, bing and yahoo! is not the usual site search engine you add to your webpage.
It is not a metasearch engine either.
This is completely different from all other site search engines.

It is akin to and derived from the great google sitesearch.

Let me explain.

You can get some millions of sites from the search engines.
Most sites have their own site search powered by one of the major search engines
or they may use,,,, or the like.

If you want to go to a particular site and do a search, you can if you have enough time and patience.

And what if a site does not have a site search?

No problem.

This page shows you an amazing shortcut to both site searches and Web search.

All you need is the correct URL (link, hyperlink, address, location).

URL for site search:

Now all you do is enter the URL in the domain box
and enter your search word, term, phrase, string, query or question in the other one and press Search.

Try it and see for yourself.

about:blank or about:Tabs for Web search:

Don't worry, about:blank and about:Tabs are not viruses!

If you want a Web search, type about:blank or about:Tabs in the domain box and your search term in the other one and click Search.

You can use Google or MSN Live or Yahoo!.

You don't have to go to any search engine or site or page.

You won't have to leave this page at all.

Most links and search results will open in new browser windows.

Search any site in any language straight from here!

Help tip:

Let's assume we're looking for movies made in 1914, enter 1914 in the first box
and in the second box (any_domain) type and press Search in.

The search results will open in a new window

and each link there will take you to the main site:

This is your command center. You can commandeer any site or page and do a thorough site search!

I made this page for my personal use and I hope you will find it useful too.

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REGUMREX's 1-2-3OneSearch

1. Google:

Type your search terms, strings or queries in the first box.
In the second box enter the site (preferably in the format,,,,,,,,,,,
Try prefixing www. to see the differences if any in search results.
Type or paste pooka in the first box and in the second box and search.
Remember the Jimmy Stewart movie Harvey (1950)?

Try puka next.

mirabile dictu! Wonderful! Just type the simple in the domain field
enter any of the following words or phrases (search strings) and click Search in this site: and see what happens.
nhl, soccer, weather, bayern-munich, mls, life style, travel, weight loss, photo gallery ...

So that's it! That's how it will work for you - in any language!

Well, in fine, at the risk of perpetrating a quasi-truism, the sky and the horizon are the limit!

If you want only a general search with no particular site in mind, in the second field (any_domain) just type about:blank or about:Tabs

You can have hours and hours of fun!

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2. MSN Live Search/

Enter your search words, terms, phrases, questions etc in the first box.
In the second box, enter the name of your search engine or site like

To make this a "protocol site search", type your site name like this:
site:, site:

MSN Search

3. Yahoo!

Input words, phrases, etc in the top search box.

If you choose a domain, then Yahoo! will return results exclusively from that site.

If you leave the domain field blank by just clicking on YOUR SITE DOMAIN, Yahoo! will do a Web search.

Domain format -- Try variations: without www.

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Chapter XII: THE PALE CAST OF THOUGHT a=o&d=30475962
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