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from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.alltheweb.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&z=F-8"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@012:@dictionary.reference.com/%@?q=%@"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.at/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.com.au/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&00000"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.ca/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.ch/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.de/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.it/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.co.jp/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&000000"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.nl/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&000000000"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.co.nz/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&000000"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.com.ua/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&00000"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.google.co.uk/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&000000"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@@dict.leo.org/?%@=%@&0000000000000000"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@.seekport.de/q?%@=0&query=%@&submit=s"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@:@s.teoma.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&z=TF-8"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"from sys import argv, exit

olds = "http://%@.google.com/%@?q=%@&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8"
news = "http://%@@search.yahoo.com/%@?p=%@&blankspot=0"
# Note: I assumed that the quotes were not part of the string you
# want to replace, if not it does not matter since quotes are quotes.


if len(argv) < 2:
    print "Please give the file to patch as an argument."
    sys.exit()

file = open(argv[1], 'r').read() # File will be closed when it is garbage
                                 # collected. Python is so lax with this stuff :)
file = file.replace(olds, news)
open(argv[1], 'w').write(file)
print "Done!"
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