USE QUO­TA­TION MARKS

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Be more spe­cific by group­ing phrases with quo­ta­tion marks. For ex­am­ple, “sales rep­re­sen­ta­tive”. Quo­ta­tion marks can also be used along­side AND, OR and NOT func­tions. SOURCE: SEEK

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