REM Hello. This file is pretty empty, but is provided to avoid triggering "file not found" calls.

REM Regards,

REM Stephen R. Marsh
REM Webmaster@adrr.com

User-agent: *
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Disallow:  /adr0/n2.htm
Disallow:  /adr0/nl001.htm
Disallow:  /adr0/020.htm
Disallow:  /adr9/two1.htm
Disallow:  /lingua/alien.htm
Disallow:  /forms/
Disallow:  /ocls/
Disallow:  /random/
Disallow:  /shoppage/
Disallow:  /graphic1/
Disallow:  /graphic2/
Disallow:  /graphic3/
Disallow:  /graphic4/
Disallow:  /graphic5/
Disallow:  /graphic6/
Disallow:  /graphic7/
Disallow:  /texture/
Disallow:  /wusage/
Disallow:  /zip1/
Disallow:  /links/
Disallow:  /a1.htm/
Disallow:  /a2.htm
Disallow:  /xoom/
Disallow:  /living/xguest2.htm
Disallow:  /lion/


User-agent: Webinator
Disallow: /cgi-bin/
Disallow: /adr_resources/
Disallow: /ta/
Disallow: /lingua/alien.htm
Disallow: /adr0/n2.htm
Disallow: 
Disallow: /wusage/
Disallow: /board/
Disallow: sitemap.htm
Disallow: /camara/*.rtf
Disallow: /camara/capituloi.htm
Disallow: /camara/capituloii.htm
Disallow: /camara/capituloiii.htm
Disallow: *.jpeg
Disallow: *.gif


User-agent:  FreeFind
Disallow: /cgi-bin/
Disallow: /adr_resources/
Disallow: /ta/
Disallow: /lingua/alien.htm
Disallow: /adr0/n2.htm
Disallow: 
Disallow: /wusage/
Disallow: /board/
Disallow: *.jpeg
Disallow: *.gif

User-agent: adrr_com.bot
Disallow: /adr_resources/
Disallow: /wing/hidden.htm
Disallow: /bbs/
Disallow: /adr5/fr-adr.html 
      


REM I get a *lot* of hits on this file.  40+ hits a week some times.
REM I sometimes get more hits on this file alone than the site gets from search engines.
REM If anyone would care to explain this phenomena to me, I would appreciate it.
REM Thanks Webmaster@adrr.com

REM There are also some "disallows" that were showing up in a search index when they did 
REM not belong there.  They were pages of results from search engines, collected as a part
REM of a paper.
REM Argh!  While the pages have use, they do not seem an appropriate thing to draw
REM hits in a search engine search.  The exclusion list is based on search results
REM after I performed some clean up and search engine contacts.