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Use Google Advanced Search: next to the search box, click on Advanced Search. Use AND, OR, and NOT.
Use Google Scholar: go up to the top of the Google page, and click on the link "more." Choose Scholar from the list. Google Scholar will bring you back scholarly journal articles; we have access to the ones with links on the right!
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Two Periods .. : This allows you to look for things within a range
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