Type your query in the search field in the upper right corner on all pages of the WEB-site and click "Search" button or «Enter» key on the keyboard.
For more accurate search results, you can use the following characters:
Place a wildcard character (*) anywhere in, before, or after a term or a field to indicate that the document can contain any word that matches any of the possible combinations. A term with a wildcard character is interpreted as equivalent to an OR of all its applicable expansions.
Result: This query finds documents that include the terms apple, apples, application, and so on because these words begin with app.
Replace a character in a term with the question mark (?) wildcard character to find terms that match all other characters in the term.
Result: This query returns documents that contain the terms mare, mere, mire, and more.
Use double quotation marks (“) to indicate that a document must contain the exact phrase within the double quotation marks for a match to occur. Words inside phrases are never lemmatized. You can also add wildcard characters (* or ?) within phrases. The wildcard character muse be next to a letter or word.
Query: “First World War”
Result: This query finds documents that include the exact phrase First World War.
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