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yes, if you click on the little camera in the searchbox, it offers a new dialogue, and you can paste the image URL.
I'm using IE9 and here's what I did: I clicked on the little Google camera icon and when the Image Search screen came up, followed Google's instructions:
"How to get an image URL
1. Right-click an image on the web and copy the image’s URL.
2. Return to the search box and paste in the URL (Ctrl+V or Command+V)."
(To get the image's URL, I just clicked on Properties and copied it.) Then, as instructed, hit Ctrl+V and VOILA, the image's URL was in the search box and when I hit Enter, the image came up! VERY, VERY COOL! Thanks guys!
PS You can also do it by using this app:
TinEye Reverse Image Search
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