We blogged last week that Google was to moving to Answers.com for its dictionary definitions from Dictionary.com. Gary Stock from over at Googlewhack alerts us that the migration now appears complete. The change had an impact on Googlewhackers because the rules involve checking Google's dictionary -- and the switch apparently had the feature not working for several hours. More background on the differences between the two definition services can be found in our earlier post, Answers.com Now Supplying Dictionary Definitions and More to Google
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