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I have a list of X websites, and i need to search them all at once, what is the best way to do it?

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ummm...... if you have them bookmarked?
No, any list, say picked randomly from a blog.
What do you mean by searching them all at once?

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Say i need to search a book by the author Walter Lewin, i know 10 websites where the book might be listed, but i dont want to search each of them separately, so is there any way to send my query directly to all of them at once and view the results?
You can you the site: option to restrict a google search to a single website, but it does not seem to work with multiple sites specified.
There has to be any way, if not already there, i want to write it. I will just need the framework and loads of help.
That's actually not a half bad idea.
Write it! :)
I wish i were a magician programmer, still want to find first if anything like that exists. Because i have no idea what will make that work.

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