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Although the search engine used is similar to some of the other popular search engines, there are some differences so please refer to the information provided below to obtain better results from the search engine. For more detailed information regarding the search engine, click here.
Single Word lap A Single Word search will return documents containing the word entered. Other forms of the word are not searched for. For example, if you were to search for lap, you would NOT find documents containing "lapping", "laps" and "lapper".
Phrase Search "high mileage laps" To search for phrases, enter the phrase enclosed in double quotes as shown in the example. Although this feature can be useful, if the entered phrase is incorrect, the search will not yield any documents.
Automatic "AND" table lap bed Entering multiple words will return documents containing ALL the words listed.
"OR" Searches chair OR table To retrieve documents that contain any of the listed words, use the logical operator "OR" in all upper case lettering as in the example shown.
Stop Words star strip +too The search engine ignores common words and characters, known as stop words as they tend to slow down searches without improving the quality of the results. These terms such as "where" and "and", as well as certain single digits and single letters, are not included in searches unless you indicate that they are essential. You can do this by using the plus sign ("+") in front of the term. Be sure to include a space before the plus sign.
Excluding Words star strip -too You can exclude a word from your search by putting the minus sign ("-") immediately in front of the term you want to avoid. Be sure to include a space before the minus sign.

Capitalization is ignored so all searches are case insensitive. For example, searching for "LAP", "lap" or "Lap" will all return the same results.

Each search result contains at least one excerpt from the found web page, which shows how your search terms are used in context on that page. Your search terms are bolded so you can tell at a glance whether the result is a page you want to visit.

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