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Kristin Lewotsky
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Kristin Lewotsky   6/26/2013 9:00:04 PM
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Good site, Duane. thanks for recommending it. Another excellent writing reference, although in print, is "The Elements of Style," by Strunk and White.

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NoT Gizmo   6/26/2013 9:48:42 PM
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http://www.alldatasheet.com/ works for me.

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Some require license
kfield   9/25/2013 12:13:08 PM
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Just a comment, that some of these services require a license (like Google Scholar)

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