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I've been noticing colored gif icons showing up in the description tag in Google SERPs.

Such as: šŸ’‹, šŸ’Ž, āœ…

Where can I find a list of all these icons that Google can cache and display? I really like that these show up because these colored icons definitely entice the eye for attention, just like the Author image with an indented listing.

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Please could you provide a 'live' example of this in action with link and possibly the firebug HTML code of the icon. As I believe this may be a browser addon you are using. – Simon Hayter Apr 6 '13 at 19:56
These are actually textual characters that are defined in the unicode character set. Wikipedia has an article about unicode symbols where they link to specific categories of them such as Misc Symols and Dingbat. – Stephen Ostermiller Apr 7 '13 at 13:19

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