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The least speculative notions do not involve anything like portals to other universes or wildly exotic objects appearing in their stead.
A local Knowledge Panel, which Google also refers to as a “Business Profile,” acts as your business’ portal on the search results page.
With little hope of revival any time soon, companies that provide cargo-handling services to airlines and portals that sell air tickets are struggling to pay employee salaries and manage overheads.
Last week, though, UCSD researchers who’ve been interested in the privacy implications of the data attempted to gain access to the city’s portal and couldn’t.
The plus is that users will often visit the site using both search queries and aggregators or news portals.
By that, he meant that teachers might upload their notes or text to an online portal for their students.
The first subject chosen by her for a picture was the "Portal of the Church of the Magdalene."
The gigantic pylon, its shoulders breaking the sky four-square far overhead, seemed the prodigious portal of another world.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Beside autocratic kingship it shines with a white light; it is obviously the portal of the future.
How can it have happened that terms are still wanting to express the portal of all the sciences?
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)

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