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Old 10-12-2011, 09:18 AM   #107
Busirane
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Originally Posted by Alexander Turcic View Post
Use OR between words or phrases if you are looking for items which have either. The OR applies only to the word/phrase on either side, e.g. black cat OR kitten will find items that include cat and also contain either cat or kitten
Did you really mean to say cat twice, or did you mean "will find items that include black and also contain either cat or kitten"?
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