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You need to combine site: and inurl: in order to narrow your results as desired. In your example it would be: SSL_get_peer_certificate site:github.com inurl:ruby This will search for "SSL_get_peer_certificate" on the github.com domain, and only if "ruby" is part of the URL, as it would be in github.com/ruby/ruby But you can also use GitHub.com itself ...


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One option is to surround the individual words with quotes, i.e. "state" "tax" This way, you're not removing results (using -"United States" -"tax-deductible") simply because they contain those phrases. Adding quotes around single words prioritizes them in your search to Google. Here's the search for "state" "tax", which appears to give you what you ...


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Try something like this: filetype:mp4 Or: -inurl:(htm|html|php) in title:"index of" +"last modified" +"parent directory" +description +size +(mp4|avi|mkv) "name_of_what_I_am_looking_for" Where you can put whatever other extension you are looking for instead of +(mp4|avi|mkv), like this: just mp4: +mp4 some other formats: +(m4v|mov)


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You can use the link: Advanced Search operator. Find pages that link to a certain page. For example, you can find all the pages that link to google.com. link:google.com source


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There is the filetype: search operator. Otherwise, as per this Lifehacker article, you could try something like this: -inurl:(htm|html|php) in title:"index of" +"last modified" +"parent directory" +description +size +mp3 "Nirvana"


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You can also put the query at the end: http://www.google.com/search?btnI&q=stackexchange



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