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Old 16th October 2005, 11:36 AM
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No overture but I couldn't resist it as it does 17M on Goolge between speak marks.

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Re: "Newest".com 最新.com

The absence of overture results is easily explained, now one off course solely searches for "newest" as it an adverb.
The amount of search results can be explained by the general usage of "newest" as a superlative to draw attention, frontpages(cache), search-keywords.

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Re: "Newest".com 最新.com

Yes, you are right of course. Most people forget with single words that there is a definite pecking order. Nouns, followed by present tense verbs and then everything else a long way behind, and even then it either needs to relate to a product or be emotive enough to be brandable. Sometimes, however, the lowly adjective or adverb can have this brandability. Whether this would or not is a mute point, but sometimes you have to go on instinct! In English Newest sounds a bit naff, but I was thinking this might be more akin to Latest, which to us sounds much better!

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Re: "Newest".com 最新.com

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No overture but I couldn't resist it as it does 17M on Goolge between speak marks.

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Re: "Newest".com 最新.com

I picked up новое here a few years back. Probably similar stats
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