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TIPS FOR BETTER SEARCHES:
* Use multiple words -- Use multiple words when performing your search. More words for a search will return more refined results than a search from a single word.
* Use similar words -- The more similar words you use in a search, the more relevant results will be to the words that you are searching for.
* Use appropriate capitalization -- Use capitalization when looking for proper nouns such as the name of a person or place. Lowercase words will match any words of any case.
* Use quotation marks around phrases -- Use quotation marks to find words that must appear adjacent to each other within a phrase. For example, search for "Indira Gandhi" within quotes rather than just Indira Gandhi.
* Use Boolean plus (+) or minus (-) operators -- Precede a search term or phrase with a plus (+) sign to indicate it must appear in a search result. Precede a search term with a minus (-) sign to indicate an undesirable search term or phrase that must not appear in a search result. For example, searching for +dogs -collie will return results that are about dogs, but not about collies.
* Use field searches -- Field searches allow you to search for words that appear in a specific part of a document such as the body text (body:), title text (title:), alt text (alt:), meta description (desc:), meta keywords (keys:) or URL (url:). The field name should include the colon and precede the search word or phrase with no spaces between them. For example, searching for title:presidents will find pages with presidents in the title of the page.