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I believe the operator you are looking for is inurl: (e.g. https://www.google.com/search?q=inurl:hamilton) which will search for keywords in the url. Hopefully you can use this along with some keywords to find the site you are after.


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The general answer from Google is that you can't get google to recognize symbols as literals in a search. There are a few special things symbols are used for (e.g. - to negate a word) and other than that they're ignored. It's unfortunate, but that's what seems to be for most search engines. SymbolHound is a search engine designed to fix this problem, but ...


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You can't search by a distance, all you can do in Google maps is "Search Nearby". Follow these instructions to do this: Open the new Google Maps. Search for a location. For example: your work address. Click the search box once. Click Search nearby. Type the category of places you want to search. For example: "coffee shops." Hit Enter. Source


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Many people and organisations set up Google Alerts to search for themselves: if the Alerts service notices a reference to some keywords that you have set up a Google Alert for, it then notifies you about it.


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Go to https://www.google.co.uk and search for football. I get results only about soccer and not american football.


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Probably by specifically removing NFL from the search results. Use -nfl as part of your search string.



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