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A few other sites worth looking into:

Uclue…a Q&A site founded by a number of former Google Answers researchers. A great place for low-cost, high-quality research work, with research starting at only $10.

FirstMention…where you can explore the history, origins and earliest appearance of common words, phrases, names, events, and places.

NewspaperArchive…find old newspaper headlines, articles, advertisements, editorials on historical events both large and small.…this family history site has its own deep collection of newspaper archives and tons of other materials.

Quick! What’s the most common phrase in the English language?