I can see that twitter itself must be resolving any shortened URLs
somewhere, because if you search for a domain name (such as
amazon.com), you get a bunch of results that don't seem to match until
you resolve the shortened URL in the tweet and see that it points to
the domain you searched for, which is fantastic!

However, I am wondering if there is any way to get those resolved URLs
from the API, or (better yet) if there is anyway that those URLs could
be exposed in the search results themselves. Currently, I am resolving
the URLs myself by requesting the URL and saving the resulting
location, but that starts to take a while when there are a lot of
results returned.

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