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What is keyword stemming?

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Though he has been known to devour cats while mumbling "Fee fi fo fum".  Normally associated with giants but up in Burntwood they aren't prejudiced that way, nor do they spend days on end agonising about cultural appropriation.

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2 hours ago, Belatucadrus said:

Though he has been known to devour cats while mumbling "Fee fi fo fum".  Normally associated with giants but up in Burntwood they aren't prejudiced that way, nor do they spend days on end agonising about cultural appropriation.

I wouldn’t touch a cat with the proverbial barge pole 

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Keyword Stemming defines the useful role in SEO and at the time of new website creates. Because Keyword Stemming is a useful tool for web pages and search engines. 
The Keyword Stemming is the process of selecting the popular and unique keyword to pertain to make a new word by adding prefix and suffix to it which helps a website to get more traffic and ranking on search engine. 

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In days gone by it was stuffed by the butler with a 2lb snag track. But if the weather was too cold a small group of professional leather thrashers would apply a paste made up of cold tripe and sweet klick.

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Since the above information (dealing with the matter of the difference between oak and "cured dribblings" ) was first raised, it has been discovered that, as a building material, cured dribblings  is totally unbeatable for keeping out  the drunken vicars that, all too frequently these days, are more than necessarily quite friendly on a Wednesday (often without salami).

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