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    rewriting text so that it carries the same message but is not identical to the original, in order to make search engines believe it is not duplicate text (for which a website can be penalised by being placed lower in the search engine results)

    I have people to write content for me, but every now and then I want to do a β€˜quick hit’ on some keywords, hence I like to have access to spinning software.

    Submitted from United Kingdom on 24/04/2013
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    spin

    an intense form of aerobic exercise performed on stationary bicycles and led by an instructor who sets the pace

    Here's what you need to know, whether you're taking a spinning class for the first time or the 50th.

    Submitted from United Kingdom on 05/08/2013
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