searches are pretty smart and tend to be relevant to your terms, but if you want to get really specific you can specify the proximity of your terms with the undocumented AROUND operator. While the AND operator, used to ensure the inclusion of two terms (e.g. “Bert AND Ernie”), is great when you just need those terms to appear anywhere in the results.

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Use the AROUND Operator in Google Searches for More Specific Results [Google Search]