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Googlism: caving

Postby Wayne Harrison » Sep 30, 2005 4:31 pm

This site searches Google and comes up with definitions based on what it finds. You can put your name in, too, and see what it says about you and those who share your name...

Googlism for: caving

caving is fun for everyone
caving is a great activitiy that our unit manages to take part in
caving is 'speleology' which derives from the greek spelaion a cave
caving is all about pushing yourself
caving is a great hobby
caving is the exploration of caves
caving is the sport of exploring caves and caverns
caving is a social activity
caving is a sport and a test of their physical and mental condition
caving is fun
caving is a strange activity
caving is the exploration of underground passages and chambers
caving is a fast growing sport
caving is the exploration of natural underground passages and chambers
caving is about being wet
caving is your sport
caving is a waste of time in it's present form
caving is an amateur
caving is a sport which requires dexterity
caving is an incredible sport
caving is much more than just a "nuts and bolts" activity; there is a certain degree of finesse necessary to get into the cave
caving is very unique
caving is one of the few books tailored to this readership and is sure to make youngsters enthuse
caving is found in the brecon beacons where a strip of limestone runs east to west
caving is
caving is not always comfortable
caving is hosted by hitch n hike
caving is about exploring the unknown
caving is dangerous
caving is in darkness
caving is thankfully low but from time to time serious and fatal accidents do occur
caving is the exploration of underground passages
caving is all about? give them a copy of this excellent manual and they will soon know
caving is very hard on clothing and equipment so many cavers use military surplus packs
caving is inherently dangerous
caving is an enjoyable sport
caving is technically known as speleology
caving is successful in the sense that the number of cavers
caving is safer than diving
caving is a committing sport that requires team work combined with self
caving is a curious business
caving is exploring caves
caving is the international usenet caving newsgroup
caving is the usenet caving newsgroups
caving is a very controlled and safe activity with the caving team
caving is an inherantly hazardous activity
caving is not necessarily a high
caving is not yet a popular sport in india
caving is through a club
caving is dangerous and should not be entered into without proper equipment and guidance
caving is a good year round activity
caving is the exploration of natural underground space
caving is a mining method in which ore is allowed to collapse due to its own weight in a controlled fashion into chutes
caving is a large scale production mining method applicable to
caving is important
caving is not permitted on department areas unless specifically authorized
caving is a mining method in which ore is allowed to collapse due to its own weight in a controlled fashion into chutes or drawpoints
caving is not particularly technical
caving is not an armchair sport
caving is a sport
caving is just not possible
caving is pretty much restricted to private land
caving is a helmet
caving is not recommended as a programmed activity of the joey scout
caving is more than just a physical pursuit
caving is exploring
caving is going to be replaced by a new publication
caving is unusual because it has no spectators
caving is only dangerous if undertaken by people who are unskilled in proper caving techniques
caving is a powerful group activity engaging all participants on an equal level
caving is the reason that the tsa exists
caving is a demanding and challenging group sport
caving is one of those unique sports that requires a strong commitment to safety first
caving is one such hobby of which i am a member of the pittsburgh grotto and the national speleological society
caving is the activity where people crawl
caving is like
caving is basically the exploration of caves
caving is given a deliberately low profile; cave locations are kept secret and guide
caving is a relatively new sport the club has started running
caving is not for everyone
caving is an activity that involves a high degree
caving is similar to speleology
caving is truly a once in a lifetime experience that you'll want to try again and again
caving is as much about study
caving is an intensely social sport
caving is a sport offering physical and mental challenges
caving is done mainly in perry county
caving is a sport you would like to get involved in
caving is a fascinating and challenging activity for all ages
caving is to have fun

Source: http://www.googlism.com/index.htm?ism=caving&type=1
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Postby Grandpa Caver » Sep 30, 2005 6:18 pm

Fun distraction. Would be great if you could link to the 'isms.
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Postby Wayne Harrison » Sep 30, 2005 6:29 pm

Brian Leavell wrote:Fun distraction. Would be great if you could link to the 'isms.


The link is at the bottom of the list, Brian. Or are you asking about something else (different link)?
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Postby Adam Byrd » Sep 30, 2005 6:59 pm

caving is just not possible


Ridiculously funny.
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Huh?

Postby Scott Shaw » Oct 1, 2005 8:57 am

You moved the post "My Perspective" cause you didn't think it fit here?

What the heck's this stuff.
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Postby Wayne Harrison » Oct 1, 2005 9:30 am

"My Perspective" was moved by a moderator at the request of a poster because it didn't concern caving, but rather relations between people and posting. The original poster also meant to put it in Open Talk.

This is a discussion about what Google finds caving is and doesn't seem to be out of place in Caving General Discussions.
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Re: Huh?

Postby mgmills » Oct 1, 2005 7:39 pm

Scott Shaw wrote:You moved the post "My Perspective" cause you didn't think it fit here?

What the heck's this stuff.


Scott, I guess it is a matter of "perspective" - I thought the link was interesting. It gives a lot of different perspectives on caving.

It is "general discussion about caving"
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Postby Grandpa Caver » Oct 1, 2005 8:03 pm

Wayne Harrison wrote:
Brian Leavell wrote:Fun distraction. Would be great if you could link to the 'isms.


The link is at the bottom of the list, Brian. Or are you asking about something else (different link)?


I meant it's too bad you cant click on the individual isms & see what they're from.
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Postby Wayne Harrison » Oct 1, 2005 8:31 pm

Brian Leavell wrote:I meant it's too bad you cant click on the individual isms & see what they're from.


Yeah, that would be cool. Thought you might get a kick out of the Googlism for cavers... (I changed "is" to "are" to make it more readable)

Googlism for: cavers

cavers are a section of the nss
cavers are slowly but consistently growing
cavers are the only mansion of note in the parish
cavers are increasing
cavers are tackling an
cavers are also being organised
cavers are no stranger to accolades
cavers are developing new methods for processing radio signals in cellular wireless systems
cavers are a css member and an asi senior fellow who specializes in wireless communications
cavers are currently working on
cavers are histoplasmose
cavers are really "exploring" caves; this means searching and discovering new ones
cavers are probably
cavers are a grotto
cavers are a county sponsored and subsidised scheme which organises residential caving experiences for young people from surrey
cavers are that no other massif outside of poland has been the scene of so many polish expeditions
cavers are a decent set of dry gear
cavers are evidence against the occurrence of aerosol transmission
cavers are very low
cavers are the bi
cavers are hypothermia
cavers are to join a club
cavers are to avoid bad habits
cavers are great for learning more about the sport
cavers are within limits
cavers are the grotto
cavers are a big help
cavers are the first step to first aid
cavers are the 1995 recipient of the gold medal in engineering and applied science from the science council of british columbia and the 1998 recipient
cavers are pig hole
cavers are a professor of engineering science at simon fraser university in burnaby
cavers are "aren't there all sorts of snakes and animals down in those holes?" the answer are a little
cavers are the international caver virtual speleo bookstore of the international caver magazine
cavers are stuck
cavers are probably still this book
cavers are a great article from the nss's caving information series
cavers are through your local national speleological society grotto
cavers are numbered in our overall membership
cavers are currently the past president of the society of general practitioners of bc
cavers are the past president of the society of general practitioners of bc
cavers are evident
cavers are overdue or when someone are injured underground
cavers are unknown
cavers are through mongo gill
cavers are now a little out
cavers are now a
cavers are bad
cavers are seen here working on the wings for his super rebel
cavers are a principal geological engineer with more than 25 years experience
cavers are a hard task
cavers are an unusual time to be heading home
cavers are a geological engineer with expertise in rock engineering
cavers are held each labour day weekend near elkins
cavers are in danger of running low
cavers are rapidly being conditioned into thinking that driving to the entrance of the cave
cavers are harder yet
cavers are undoubtably the jura in the east of france
cavers are described in 'mountain rescue and cave rescue'
cavers are surely beyond doubt
cavers are about more than just knowing the cave
cavers are a massive task
cavers are the "cavers digest"
cavers are 52 km from nipigon in thunder bay district
cavers are crucial
cavers are a good statement of law because it summarizes into one standard forty years of decisional law on various types of products
cavers are still the faithful lead acid re
cavers are another potential purpose
cavers are preparing for an attempt to conquer the notorious low's gully
cavers are a safe minimum
cavers are the tamala limestone
cavers are always within wooded areas
cavers are considered the minimum party size
cavers are the extremely secretive
cavers are given below
cavers are to pass through a sump
cavers are the subterranean wonderland of the camuy caves
cavers are proceeding at a good pace
cavers are that they are categorically opposed to the term "spelunker
cavers are digging out choked passages
cavers are channelled to the regional councils to pay for their access expenditure
cavers are finding virgin cave passage
cavers are also the clubs fixtures secretary and youth convenor
cavers are away on
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