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TANGENT Any two words or phrases can duke it out in the ultimate Internet battle: Google Smackdown. People, ideas, anything will go head-to-head in a virtual terabyte tug-of-war. Which one appears on more pages across the Web?

80s (1,240,000) *

70s (1,170,000)

Minnesota (12,400,000) *

Iowa (11,300,000)

Green Bay Packers (322,000) *

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Minnesota Vikings (264,000)

Minneapolis, Minn. (651,000) *

St. Paul, Minn. (446,000)

IBM (13,500,000) *

Mayo Clinic (433,000)

Israel (11,600,000) *

Palestine (1,800,000)

Good (76,800,000) *

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Evil (7,650,000)

Yoga (3,520,000) *

Pilates (722,000)

Root Beer (122,000) *

Cream Soda (17,300)

Tokyo (5,960,000) *

Godzilla (399,000)

Neanderthal (82,900) *

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Homo Erectus (33,600)

-- Annie Lynsen

Oscar de la Renta (114,000) *

Oscar the Grouch (7,910)

Lord of the Rings (1,800,000) *

Lawdy mama light my fuse (38)

Martha Stewart (783,000) *

Jon Stewart (59,400)

J.Lo (411,000) *

A-Rod (219,000)

Tigris River (21,000) *

Zumbro River (1,680)

Just do it (283,000) *

Just say no (145,000)

Utopia (790,000) *

Dystopia (41,800)

Same sex marriage (181,000) *

Polygamy (152,000)

--Kevin Hanson

To have fun with your own Google Smackdown, go to www.onfocus.com/googlesmack/down.asp

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