Quotation Marks—Enclosing a multiword phrase in quotation marks tells the search engine to list only
sites that contain those words in that exact order.
The following must appear in ALL CAPS and with a space on each side.
AND—Indicates that the records found must contain all the words joined by the AND operator. For example, to find objects that contain the words wizard, oz, and movie, enter wizard AND oz AND movie.
OR—Records found must contain at least one of the words joined by OR. For example, to find objects that contain the word dog or the word puppy, enter dog OR puppy.
AND NOT—Indicates that the records found cannot contain the word that follows the term AND NOT. For example, to find objects that contain the word pets but not the word dogs, enter pets AND NOT dogs.
The National Toy Hall of Fame inducted the board game Scrabble in 2004. Though introduced in the late 1940s, Scrabble didn't really begin to catch on until the early 1950s. And it took hold in a big way. Scrabble continues to be popular even today, with new electronic versions adding to the frenzy. An undated photograph, reminiscent of the late 1960s, shows three women enjoying a friendly game. One of them is quite obviously pondering her next move--a very common experience in the game play.
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