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If I want to search the site mysite.com on Bing, I can type:

my search terms site:mysite.com

Is there a way to specify multiple sites to search? I've tried:

my search terms site:mysite.com,othersite.com


my search terms site:mysite.com site:othersite.com

but neither worked. Can it be done?

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my search terms site:mysite.com OR site:othersite.com

Google and Blekko don’t need the OR, Bing does.

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Are you sure about the implicit "OR" at Google? The query "performance site:stackoverflow.com site:programmers.stackexchange.com" did not return any results, whereas leaving out either "site:" returned results in both cases. – Peter Mortensen Feb 23 '14 at 9:32
Is using multiple domains in a Google search even possible? – Peter Mortensen Feb 23 '14 at 9:58
The AND seems to be implied for a Google search. The query "legacy site:stackoverflow.com OR site:programmers.stackexchange.com" returns results from both domains, stackoverflow.com and programmers.stackexchange.com. Leaving out "OR" does not return any results. – Peter Mortensen Feb 23 '14 at 10:06

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