How to use Boolean search:
The following examples demonstrate some search strings that use boolean full-text operators:
Find results that contain at least one of the two words.
Find results that contain both words.
Find results that contain the word “roman”, but rank results higher if they also contain “shropshire”.
Find results that contain the word “roman” but not “shropshire”.
+roman +(>northumberland <shropshire)
Find results that contain the words “roman” and “northumberland”, or “roman” and “shropshire” (in any order), but rank “roman northumberland” higher than “roman shropshire”.
Find results that contain words such as “cambridge”, “cambridgeshire.
Enclosing a phrase with double quotes, find results that contain the exact phrase.One problem we have got with our Boolean seach is that the database server we are using is a shared server and we can not configure it to index any words with less than 4 letters. If you have to search for 3 letter words please use our other searches here.
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