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We use the following Google feature for our search: When you use'+' at the beginning of a term, that term will appear in the results. e.g. Harry +PotterSearch results contain'Potter'. When you use'-' at the beginning of a term, that term will be missing from the results. e.g. Harry -PotterSearch results do not contain'Potter'.
When you use'AND' between 2 words, both words are displayed in the results. e.g. Harry ANDPotterSearch results contain both'Harry' and'Potter'.NOTE: AND only works with individual words, not with spell. When you use'OR' between two words, one or both of these words will be present in the results. e.g.'Harry OR Potter''Search results contain only'Harry', or only'Potter', or both'Harry' and'Potter'.
NOTICE: OR only works with individual words, not words. When you use'NOT' before a term, that term will be missing from the results. This is the minus sign. e.g.'Harry NOT Potter'Search results do not contain'Potter'. NOT works only with individual words and not with words.
When you use'*' in a single term, it will perform a wild card lookup because it means any number of digits. For example,'Pot*er'Search results contain words that begin with'Pot' and end with'he', like'Potter'.