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Hints for the advanced search

  1. Each search term must contain at least four characters. The search query Let it be would return no results.
  2. Some very common words are ignored.
  3. The search engine will search the site for all the individual words you have chosen (toy story, for example, would return hits for any article with the words toy and story).
  4. Selecting the phrase option will search the site for the grouping of words you have chosen (toy story, for example, would return hits for articles where the words toy and story were right next to each other). Note that searching as a phrase will change your sort by option to a date based search rather than a relevance based search.
  5. There are a number of special symbols -- called operators -- which you can place before your search terms that allow you to fine-tune your search:

The following examples demonstrate the usage of some of these options.