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Over the last decade, Internet users have been using Web search intensively. However, the ever-increasing number of Web search providers makes it difficult to search for data in different data sources. More than that, developers face the problem of accessing different resources exposed as Web services by having to support various sets of constraints and rules. Our framework aims at identifying a common way to accessing these different data sources. We also provide a common and simple data model for some of these various sources, thus helping the developer and ultimately the end-user finding and combining results from more than one Web search provider. Thus, applications that search for a resource simultaneously at different Web search providers will be developed more easily.