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You can use either of these two search engines to search this site. Google tends to order the results in a better sequence but FreeFind tends to be more complete and up-to-date.
NB. Uhthoff's and L'Hermitte's are spelled thus.

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FreeFind Search Tips:

By default the search engine tries to find pages which have exact matches for all of the words entered in your search query. If that fails, then it tries to find pages which have any of the words you entered. When that happens a short message is displayed at the top of the search results telling you that this has been done.

In addition, there are several ways that you can be more specific in your search.

+ and - qualifiers
If you put a "+" in front of any word, the search engine will only find pages that definitely contain that word. Similary, a "-" will mean that it only finds pages that don't contain that word.
For example: "+always -never" will find any page with "always" in it provided that it doesn't also have "never".
 
* wildcard
If you put a "*" then the engine will find all words on a page which start the same way as that word.
For example: "gift*" will find any page with "gift", "gifts" or "gifted" in it.
 
? wildcard
If you put a "?" then the engine will match any character in that position.
For example: "b?g" will find any page with "bag", "beg", "big", "bog" or "bug" in it.
All of these techniques can be combined: "+alway* -ne??r*"

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