From Google Help about Special Search:
If you prefer to see a particular set of results without a particular file type included (for example, PDF), simply type “-filetype:pdf” within the search box along with your search term(s).
Actually, the correct syntax is – without the dash:
Typing in the "To" field autocompletes the contact from the start of a word, not just the start of the contact name or email address. So, if you have a contact called "Joe Bloggs", you can start searching on the b of "Bloggs" ie:
If, however, you want to do a complete search of your contacts, you can click on the label "To" and ...
Google and other services stopped using Meta tags long ago to help rank search results (they now focus on the actual text on the page). Deviantart uses "keywords" to help find results through their search engine, which I imagine uses the keywords on the server side, which means that the the users can not see them. I looked for a few images and viewed the ...
If you go to the Trends page and enter an empty search query (just click the blue search button with no terms) you should be taken to the results page.
What this will show you is (I believe) the top searches (under "Related"). There is also a side-nav filter option to show you the results of the last 30 days among other options.
You can also check out the ...