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- Hard is Hamiltons Amazing Random Dictionary. It extracts words, phrases and descriptions from various internet sources and displays them randomly. Build your vocabulary and learn the latest words and...
- RDF Calendar, which is a typical Events handling application, now supports Google Calendar API. It can retrieve events information from Google Calendar, eventful, and upcoming.org, can can map events.
- This word-hunting Google Gadget has been XXtended with the UrbanDictionary and WordNet APIs. Now you can guess slang, proper nouns, and more. Plus, read the definitions of every word you guess...
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