|Automatic right truncation
Instead of specifying a precise search term, you may just give a root.
It allows you to search on leading sequences of characters.
Example: "architec" will search "architect" or "architecte" or "architecture" or "architectural" etc.. "Perre" = "Perreira" or "Perretor" or "Perrett" or "Perreault" or "Pérreard" or etc..
Using "All fields" box , the search applies to :
searches these three terms in the above mentionned fields.
N.B. A semi-colon is used as the separator character between 2 words or more.
Example: for box "words from title" :
To search for records that refer to "war" and "peace":
The OR operator retrieves all records that contain any or all of the search terms it separates. This type of search retrieves more results than if you searched for one of the terms on its own.
Example: To search records that refer to the four seasons in the title:
08.31.2015 - 09.04.2015
09.14.2015 - 09.17.2015
ICOMOS Argentina: Primero Encuentro de Comités Latinos de Siglo XX
09.16.2015 - 09.19.2015
ICOMOS ISC CIVVIH: Scientific Symposium and Annual Meeting
09.16.2015 - 09.18.2015
II International Congress of Restorers in the celebrating of 70th anniversary of UNESCO