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How does Google's boolean searching work with its phrasing? I've never seen a power users guide to searching on Google prowsej
Some questions from the perspective of a Google user: Will this do an OR search for either "phrase one" or "phrase two" or will the OR search only work on the words "one" and "phrase"? "phrase one" ¦ "phrase two"
The example you cited will search for each phrase. For an example proof do the following three searches, noting the search result count for each one:
"catbird seat" ¦ "catbird seats"
"catbird seat" "catbird seats"