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In the Advanced Search of Google Groups use the "Has the words" or "No has the words" fields. This will look in the body and the subject. The search operator for subject is subject:keyword. In Google Web Search use the following for topics (the initial post of each thread) site:groups.google.com/d/topic/groupname/ term1 term2 i.e. ...


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You can use the google cache comeback user script for Greasemonkey, Tampermonkey or similar browser extensions. Appends link to cached version of page to each item in the search results list. also affects cached pages in two ways: 1. replaces internal links with references inside the displayed page 2. for external links, adds references to ...


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From the reference Google’s Knowledge Graph isn’t just rooted in public sources such as Freebase, Wikipedia and the CIA World Factbook. It’s also augmented at a much larger scale—because we’re focused on comprehensive breadth and depth. It currently contains more than 500 million objects, as well as more than 3.5 billion facts about and ...


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When searching with the browser's address bar, I just hit Enter to search, then I press Tab to focus on first result, and Enter again to open it. P.S. tested in Chrome, but should probably be the same in every browser.


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I haven't figured out how to get the reading level, but you can go to Advanced Search, scroll to the bottom, and click on "Search pages you've visited."


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If you want a search box that searches Google, just follow these steps: Create a text input box in a form Create a button for submitting the text box In Javascript, set it so that when the text box is clicked, it links to this URL: www.google.com/#your_query_here (For the query, get the text from the input box using get Element By Id.) Example: ...


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It's not possible with Google. Google strips special characters from the search string. What you could do is try something like: John Doe "*@*.com" John Doe "*@gmail.com" etc. Don't get your hopes high though. Alternatively you could use a search engine that doesn't strip symbols like symbolhound.com but it's mainly used for searching for programming ...


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That should be a glitch or something related to the browser and/or extensions that you are using.


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As far as I know, only Google News has the option to sort search results by date. This option is one of the "search tools". For other kind of search results, you could use the date that the web page was cached but this date show the most recent, not the first one. For sorting Google News search results, from Filter your search results - Search Help ...



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