Trending worldwide in 2018 is the number of search queries for words such as ‘small’ and “large”, which was the first number Google began tracking in the year 2000.

The search engine now says that the number has more than tripled over the past decade.

The word “small” has been trending in the US and Canada for over a decade now, while the word “large” has seen its trend spike in the past few years, said a Google spokesperson in a statement.

However, the Google Trends international trends chart only shows the number that are being searched.

It doesn’t tell the full story of what is being searched for.

“There is no definitive number of searches for small, large, or both words, and we don’t provide trends data for countries that don’t track trends internationally,” said Google Trends co-founder Eric Schmidt in a blog post in May.

“It’s also important to note that we do not offer trend data for the UK or Australia, so it’s impossible to compare search trends from those countries with Google Trends data.”

In the United States, searches for the word small peaked in 2017, but the trend has leveled off in the last few years.

In 2019, searches peaked in the first quarter of the year and were down by over 10% year-on-year.

“In general, we don.

Google Trends is a data driven service, so there is no way to tell how many searches were for the term small or large in 2019 or 2020,” Schmidt said in the blog post.

“That’s why we provide a trend for small for the United Kingdom and Australia, and not the US or Canada, where there is less data.”

Google Trends was created in 2012 by Schmidt and former Google employee Alex Roetter.

It is a free service that tracks the trend of searches across a wide variety of search terms.

Google is a major player in the internet, with its search engine and services such as Gmail and Chrome making it one of the biggest search engines in the world.

Its dominance is particularly pronounced in the Asia-Pacific region, where Google dominates the search results.

While Google Trends offers the largest collection of search trends globally, it is a limited tool.

It only shows trends for the countries that use the service.

The chart below shows the top 100 countries, based on Google Trends.

Google Trends International Trends Chart 2018:Trends International Trending:Trend:US,US,UK,AU,JP,JP_DE,PL,CA,AUTrends international trends are the number and average amount of searches in each country for words like “small”, “large,” “smaller” and “larger” in 2018.

The number of the search term is shown for each country.

It’s also possible to zoom in on the chart to view the trend.

In 2018, the US was the biggest market for Google Trends in terms of searches, with more than a quarter of all searches for “small.”

The UK came in second, with about half of searches.

Australia came in third, with less than a third of searches there for the same term.

In the UK, Google Trends shows the largest number of “small-sized” searches, but that is because there are more searches for those words in 2018 than in any previous year.

“Small-sized searches” are searches where the word is smaller than 2.5% of the total number of words searched in that country.

Australia has about 8.6 million searches for that term, compared with 1.8 million for “large”.

Canada is second, at 1.4 million.

The US was also the largest search market in 2018, with Google showing about one-third of all the searches for words for “bigger”.

The UK had a big year for searches for terms such as “biggest”, “big”, “bigs” and the more common “big”.

Canada and Australia had smaller searches, in part because there were fewer searches for these terms than there were for other words.

The number of US searches for this term jumped to 4.2 million in 2018 from 3.6 millions in 2017.

The UK, Canada and France had similar increases.

Google said the trend in searches for all search terms has been stable since 2014, and that the US has seen the largest percentage increase.

It also noted that searches for phrases such as large, smaller and small were up since 2014.

“This trend is not unique to Google Trends, but it shows the global impact of Google Trends,” Schmidt wrote.

“Google Trends provides a comprehensive overview of how the search industry is performing.

Trends data shows that searches are trending globally, and the trends are continuing to grow.”

Google also said that the trend for “largest” and for “largest” has remained relatively steady, while “smallest” and other “small sized” searches have also been growing.

The Google Trends International Trend report was published on Wednesday

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