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Can someone explain to me how to do a deep web search? I need to find a .gov URL linking to this wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_Glory_cloud#Other_reported_occurrences

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Try using Bing.com. Enter your search term as morning_glory_cloud in the search window. In my experience, the more specific the query, the better Bing does in giving relevant hits.
http://searchwhys.com/CTD12/QR/linkcheck-1.html
bblahails, I have done additional research on your question. Since Morning Glory Clouds are almost exclusively found in Australia's Gulf of Carpentia, I would suggest you check out the Australia Bureau of Meteorology http://www.bom.gov.au. Put in the Morning Glory Cloud as the topic of your search there, and you shiuld see governmental information about the phenomenon. Hope this helps.

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