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Is there a way to specify the following in Google search ?

I want to search for a word only in the beginning of the sentences. So it should be in capital letter.


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Google case sensitive search;


This application will Google query terms (the first input box), scan through the results in a specific range (From:From+Limit) and filter out those results where the filter terms (second input box; if empty, then same as the query terms) does not appear exactly in the same case as given by the user.

Hope this helps.

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I don't think there are any official search operators or undocumented search operators to search for words only if they are in the beginning of a sentence.

You could try doing a exact phrase search by putting double quotes around the set of words to tell Google to consider the exact words in that exact order without any change.

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