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The GitHub robots.txt does explicitly disallow crawling of the wiki pages, for example in the Googlebot section: User-agent: Googlebot Allow: /*/*/tree/master Allow: /*/*/blob/master ... Disallow: /*/*/wiki/*/* As this is the site-wide robots file, there isn't any getting around it. It is an interesting choice, since GitHub describes wikis as a place to "...


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The redirect from the regular start page states: Clear your cookies often? Try our homepage that never shows these messages: start.duckduckgo.com ...this implies that the regular homepage sets a cookie to hide messages the next time you visit, while the "start" page just never displays them. According to an official DDG support representative on the DDG ...


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It was first noticed in October, 2011. They changed that behavior shortly before Google+ launched. The idea is that the plus would indicate G+ content. This is borne out by the search operators help page. (Oddly enough, it's also used for blood types.) The new way to "force" a word to be in the results is to enclose it in quotes. When you put a word or ...


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OK, it's off-topic here, but it can be migrated with an answer intact... Type search term & hit Enter Click Tools Click Custom... Enter date range [click the calendar or type the dates]


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The search engine http://symbolhound.com/ was developed specifically for this use case. As of early 2019, you seem to be able to use common names for punctuation in Google, and get the results you (sort of) expect. Here are my (no, wait, your) results for bash dollar-at:


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That feature was removed. Per Startpage support: As of November 2018, the highlighting feature is no longer supported, as it is available in all major browsers. Just because the browser can do it, doesn't make it convenient to do it as an additional, separate step, so maybe not a great decision on their part. But there it is.


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Here are few more Bing query parameters: freshness mkt offset responseFilter safeSearch textFormat textDecorations Please refer the following link to know more about these query parameters for Bing: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/rest/api/cognitiveservices/bing-web-api-v5-reference#query-parameters


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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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When I tried it like this on Bing, I was able to see the keyword @test in a lot of the results though not all results - "[@test]"


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Okay, I finally found a way to achieve exactly what I wanted. Especially the setting about how many results get shown seems to be only available via the parameter generated on the "Settings" page. Here is a step by step guide and at the bottom I will provide the conclusion as to how you can assemble your own search URL based on the "Settings" page. If you ...


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I already use disconnect in the Chromium omnibox with this setting \https://www.google.com/search?q=%s&search_plus_one=popup, already have disconnect installed. But I guess this is a browser-independent 'API' call. The search term is in the query parameter. Should be what you're looking for - https://search.disconnect.me/searchTerms/search?location=US&...


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If you're using the Chrome Browser, Goole has released the Personal Blocklist extension The personal blocklist extension will transmit to Google the patterns that you choose to block. When you choose to block or unblock a pattern, the extension will also transmit to Google the URL of the web page on which the blocked or unblocked search results are ...


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


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


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or you can append this to your URL: &tbs=cdr%3A1%2Ccd_min%3A 2018 %2Ccd_max%3A 2018


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not possible on https://geizhals.de/ but you can make a custom spreadsheet which will track down prices for you. something like: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ unfortunately, not all items from your list are in the geizhals.de database - hence those empty rows


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Based on Google Search Operators: The Complete List (42 Advanced Operators), to find a word in the title, you use the operator intitle. intitle: Find pages with a certain word (or words) in the title. For this example, any results containing the word “apple” in the URL will be returned. Example: inurl:apple To find two or more words in the title, you use ...


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paste this into your address bar: chrome://settings/searchEngines add your search engine: https://twitter.com/search?q=%s usage: type t press spacebar key type the term you search for press enter key


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https://www.english-corpora.org/coca/ search: I 'd be *ing Please notice, there should be a space between I and 'd.


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You can't. At least with Google. There are more accurate search engines. I'd recomend http://symbolhound.com/ Not a great company, not a great design but fits better for your needs.


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the easiest way is to change it directly in URL before the search startpage.com/en startpage.com/fi startpage.com/es then you can bookmark it (both) and click on one which you want to summon


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You can try to use this userscript. It basically does exactly what you want. You'll need an extension to run custom userscripts though, like violentmonkey Here is the content of that userscript (version 1.6): // ==UserScript== // @name StartPage Beautifier // @namespace https://framagit.org/SecT0uch/StartPage-Beautifier // @description ...


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You could go to the Activity Log and click "Your Posts". Then search for "Video". That'll probably bring back a lot, but it'll narrow it down from everything you've ever posted. It's easy to limit Google searches to a particular domain (e.g., site:vimeo.com) but, unfortunately, "like" is such a common word it'll be useless in a search.


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You can search for videos using various search parameters in the URL string. For example, this search query will return videos posted by friends of your friends: https://www.facebook.com/search/me/friends/friends/videos-by/intersect/ while this one will return videos where your friends are tagged: https://www.facebook.com/search/me/friends/videos-tagged/...


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Strictly speaking I think not fail, though perhaps as good as fail. any such should find any such, and any such. but there may not be enough examples of that structure for one to feature near the beginning of the results for such a general search term. Delve down a bit and "any such" and any such-like do turn up. I think what you are looking for is getting ...


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Short easy answer: It's not possible right now. Harder answer (which may or may not break some rules of usage of FB, need to read through actual platform policy, I don't plan to do it so I didn't read): You possibly could load all or as many as you can in browser window, use jQuery inject plugin for Chrome or Firefox to inject jQuery into FB page (or could ...


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The simplest approach would be to add phrases and drop any leading asterisks, e.g., "une" * * "est la" A slightly more subtle version would be: "une * * est la" Or you can explore using the AROUND() filter, such as: "une" AROUND(2) "est la"


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Wildcards - @Robert is correct. What you can do is to go to Google's french page - https://www.google.fr/ and there should be a similar one out of Montreal.. https://www.google.ca/?hl=fr If you go to the right under "Settings" and Advanced Search, Google can help you construct a better search. This may also be helpful for you as well as to what is ...


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