1. Go to the url above
2. The first hit (as of today) is
Detours: Binary Interception of Win32 Functions
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
import table can contain renamed import DLLs. and functions or entirely new DLLs and functions. For example, Coign  uses Detours to insert an ...
research.microsoft.com/~galenh/ publications/huntusenixnt99.pdf - Similar pages
Note that the last line (the url in green) has a space before 'publications'. Google search result emits <wbr> before 'publication' apparently to help browsers with line breaking. Firefox and IE take it just as a line breaking opportunity but Safari replaces <wbr> with a space. (tested on WIndows but expects Mac Safari to behave the same way)
It seems that Google emits 'space' for Safari while it emits <wbr> for Firefox.
So, Google needs to be 'persuaded' to either omit 'wbr'/space altogether (assuming webkit's line breaking handles edge cases like urls reasonably) or use 'wbr' for Safari as well.
Is this fixed on the Google side now?
No, it's not. Somehow Safari 3.1 fails the 1st test at
However, webkit-trunk passes all the tests there.