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On Which Page Am I in Google

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I know my page is inside Google for a specific search term, on like page 100 or some such deepness.  Rather than clicking, Next Page, Next Page, Next page until I do finally find which double or triple digit page I am on, is there any other way to find what number search result page I am on in Google for a given search term?
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The following URL should help you on your query, just enter your search term and domain name:

http://www.whereamiongoogle.co.uk/
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Bless you!
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Your welcome.
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