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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Doing that will surely get you penalized and or even banned from Google.
Zacche’s attorney said the former chief shouldn’t have been penalized as severely as he was.
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Employees ended up being penalized for getting too close, the Guardian article alleges, even if it wasn’t their fault.
He was penalized two strokes, and the incident followed him onto the course the following week during Presidents Cup play.
Also, you’ll be at higher risk of getting penalized due to duplicate content.
Duplicating descriptions can cause Google to penalize your site.
If you genuinely reach out to website owners, propose interesting content, and use the opportunity to build a few links – that’s great and won’t ever get you penalized.
The examples of scanners that can prevent your site from being penalized, blacklisted, and maintain your search engine rankings are Sucuri SiteCheck or Web Inspector.
On a third-down play, Duron burst through the line and was penalized for a late hit on the quarterback.
The lack of scrutiny stood in stark contrast to Europe, which saw serious threats in the tech industry and its growth-at-all-costs mentality — and sought to penalize Facebook and other companies in response.

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