I know people have talked about "stop words" in Google Adsense, a word that will make your site give PSAs or no ads.
I know they exist, I've seen a few.
Of course everyone wants to avoid them, but Google wont tell you what they are.
I found this article at 2600 about Google's Blacklist.
Now this is not Adsense targeted, just search, but it may give clues as to what terms are acceptable with Adsense and what isn't.
You can read the article and see the huge list here:
Maybe that will be of some help to all the Hubbers and Bloggers out there.
Interesting that the page is also 'protected' and won't let you 'save to favorites.' You can, however, save it as an entire document on your own computer. Strange.
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