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Matches words anywhere in the record
Matches only words in the Title and Alternative
Matches only words in the Description field
Matches only words in the Subject fields
- All searching in
the CDRI database is keyword-based.
- Entering a search
term in a particular field means that you are searching for the term in
that part of the record only.
- Your search will
retrieve records that contain all the words entered in the fields
- A space between
words is treated as a Boolean "AND."
- If words are
entered in more than one search field, the conditions are also combined
as a Boolean "AND."
- Stop Words: the
following words are ignored:
and, an, any, as, at, be, by,
do, for, if, in, is, it, of, on, or, no, not, the, to, up, a-z
example, this search
retrieves records containing
both the words "bishop" AND "martyr" anywhere in the record, AND
the word "cathedral" in the title field of the record. "In" is
ignored because it is a "stop