With Search with & without Typos you can find bargains on eBay!

Why search with and without typing errors?

The search for items on ebay with and without typing errors combines the advantages of the two searches. Thus, besides articles with Typos also normal items are found.

This type of search then has a great advantage compared to the normal search if you are looking for bargains that are only very rarely offered at ebay. Through the additional search for these articles with tip errors you will find quite certainly also a real offer.

About Typos in ebay auctions

An amazingly large number of ebay vendors add stupid typos to their auctions when they set them on ebay.

Because of these easy-going errors every day, thousands of misspelled ebay articles are simply not sold because they can not be found by ebay's built-in search algorithms.

Because of the fact that these typo-auctions are harder to find, fewer bids are usually issued, and they cost less than if the article were properly described (if sold at all).

As a result of this fact, you can use these ebay typo to secure yourself a real typobargain. Or you can take the item you bought cheaply, put it back on eBay with correct description and make a good profit with this actually avoidable error of another one.

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News for Science & Medicine (1930-Now)

Worth its salt?
Some of the All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) doctors and UN officials in India ... iodine which causes certain medical conditions and retardation in children. Medicine supports that but ...

Of Many Things
He noted that with advances in medicine and science, identifying cures as miraculous has become increasingly difficult. But given the injustices inflicted upon Native American peoples, proclaiming ...

Society of Exploration Geophysicists Names New Executive Director
Davis has spent his entire career with professional, science-based associations ... staff which works in the Society's business office in Tulsa. SEG, founded in 1930, now has more than 30,000 members ...

Sunday drive in Dallas County, circa 1924, offers look at early car culture
Onward to Duncanville — a town of some 300 people in 1930, now home to more than 38,000. Today, car dealerships, big-box retail, a hospital, office plazas, city offices and a school line the way. For ...

Robert J. Samuelson: Benefit gap: Live richer, live longer
The figures come from a new report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, which estimated life expectancies for workers born in 1930 (now 85) and 1960 (now 55) at age 50. The ...

A Safety Net--Not a Gravy Train
The figures come from a new report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, which estimated life expectancies for workers born in 1930 (now 85 ... Social Security should be a ...

The Well Off Live Longer, Draw More Benefits
The figures come from a new report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, which estimated life expectancies for workers born in 1930 (now 85) and 1960 (now 55) at age 50. The ...

Essay on Evolution and Humanities
Its implications are degrading both to science and humanities. The only viable alternative is systemic approach based on general principles of seen as comprehensive philosophic synthesis of natural ...

Tomsk State University
TSU opened in 1888 with only one department, the medical faculty, which separated in 1930, now forming the Siberian State Medical ... Scientists of the Tomsk State University (Russia), with colleagues ...

15 totally haunted places in the U.S. that you can visit without getting arrested
Baker bought it. He billed it as a hospital to “cure” cancer, though he had no medical training or background in medicine. The hotel is said to home at least eight ghosts, including a little girl and ...

Tomsk State University
It was founded in 1880 in Tomsk, Russia, and is the oldest university in Russian Asia (in Siberia). TSU opened in 1888 with only one department, the medical faculty, which separated in 1930, now ...

Tower of Power: The Drummond Medical Building and the Interwar Centralization of Medical Practice
What role did medical high-rises play in the practice of modern medicine? We speculate that these clinics marked the end of the house-office era across Canada, centralizing the practice of healthcare ...