Most entertained reading the Rough Guide to da Vinci code the expression
"tense Boolean keyword search" at Kings College London library.
I wonder whether an and would be more tense than an or?
As there isn't an index in the text and I can't yet grep it, and reluctant
to read the whole thing to find out, I googled the expression to find 231
hits, none dealing with this case but all mysterious issues which could make
the base for another codex.
Given the ULRLS defaults to or if it fails an and, thus cluttering metafind
with thousands of unwanted entries, perhaps there is a whole new genre/
business which libraries are missing? Thrillers based on student and staff
searches unlocking mysterious codes to the origins of e-very-thing.
Of course Brown has missed the plot too, it is all a lgbtq* thing.
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