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Google returns pages that match variants of your search terms.
The query above finds pages that contain words that are similar to some or all of your search terms, e.g.,
Google calls this feature word variations or automatic stemming.
Disable automatic stemming by preceding each term that you want to be matched exactly with the + operator.
If you want to search for pages that contain a phrase or proper name and not variations, enclose your search terms in quotes (" ").
When Google encounters a hyphen (-) in a query term, e.g., [ e-mail ], it searches for:
If you aren't sure whether a word is hyphenated, search for it with a hyphen.
This page was last modified on Monday January 02, 2006.
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