Search terms are words and/or quoted phrases. (Alpha-Numeric ONLY)

Examples of using phrases:

"how to address local security issues" "Final Environmental Impact Report"

If you include the quototation marks your results page would list one and seven items respectively; if you leave out the quotes your results pages would list 48 items for those phrases.
Examples of Boolean expressions:

cat and "bad dog"
animal not dog
cat or (animal not dog)

Note that the operator 'not' has the meaning of 'without'.

You can search for words starting with a prifix and '*' wild card, e.g. Foot*.
 all of the terms   any of the terms   boolean search
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