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That looks like the mobile version of Google Search. Testing it on my desktop I get the usual white background: However searching on iPad with Chrome or with Safari I get what you have shown, with the grey spaces in between. I can also confirm that with an Android phone you get the grey spaces. As a fix, but it's not a great one because it breaks the ...


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If Google has a special name for their search syntax, they've never shared it publicly.


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Short answer The following could return all the indexed tweets: site:twitter.com inurl:/status/ -site:dev.twitter.com Explanation site:twitter.com will return all web pages from the twitter.com domain and its subdomains (each tweet has it's own web page) inurl:/status/ will return all web pages having /status/ on their URLs -site:dev.twitter.com will ...


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You need to use the inurl: search along with site:. This search will return all Hillary tweets from Trump. site:twitter.com AND inurl:"realDonaldTrump/status" AND hillary This search will return all Hillary tweets from all others. Note: Google ranks Hillary's own tweets over all others. site:twitter.com AND inurl:"/status" AND hillary


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My solution (crazy, I admit) is to search on my iPad. Here Google does display much wider titles, and you can do the search much more efficiently.


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You probably need to use the image on a website in order for Google to index it. From https://support.google.com/websearch/answer/175288?hl=en: If you'd like your photograph or image to appear in Google search results, you'll need to post the image on a website. If you don't own a website, here are some free content hosting services that you can use: ...



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