'Target' first 'T' word that comes up in Google searches

Google’s “instant” results appear in the search box the moment searchers begin typing a term. For every letter of the alphabet, Google autocompletes the most popular search terms. Type in T – and the first result is Minnesota-based retailer Target. Type in B and you'll see another state-based chain: Best Buy.
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Google’s “instant” results appear in the search box the moment searchers begin typing a term. For every letter of the alphabet, Google autocompletes the most popular search terms. Type in T – and the first result is Minnesota-based retailer Target. Type in B and you'll see another state-based chain: Best Buy.

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