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SharePoint 2010, Deleted site is still being Crawled

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Hello,
I am working with SharePoint 2010 Fundimental. A site was created and then deleted a few weeks later ( on perpose). The system is still tring to crawl this site even thou it has been deleted.
The Event log looks like:
The start address http://sp:592 cannot be crawled.

Context: Application 'Farm_Enterprise_Server_Search_Service', Catalog 'Portal_Content'

Details:
      This item could not be crawled because the crawler could not connect to the repository.   (0x80041209)

Is there a section in the Central Admin that I can go into and remove this site from being crawled?
Thank you
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After searching ("crawling" if you must), the settings for a few hours. I found the entrees that needed to be deleted.

Central Administration - Farm Enterprise Server Search Services - Edit Content Source:
The sites that were still being crawled were listed in the "Start Addresses" section.
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