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Put multiple search terms, directly referring to each other, in quotation marks. This is especially useful, if both search terms occur quite often individually:

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If you enter multiple terms, these all have to occur in the document, for a title to be found, i.e. the terms are automatically connected with the conjunction AND. The more terms you enter, the more specific is the search query and the lesser results will be found.

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