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We have developed a natural language query interface for Tiscover, the largest Austrian web-based tourism platform. For a period of 10 days, this interface was made publicly available by means of an advertisement and a hyperlink on Tiscover's homepage. In this paper, we will describe the results and our insights from analyzing the natural language queries collected during this field trial. This analysis shows how users formulate queries when their imagination is not limited by conventionaldoi:10.1504/ijeb.2004.005903 fatcat:7nszn4togfhmdfgqpgospluaii