Example 1 - Searching in one field with more than one term
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If you make a search and would like to specify more than one term in a field, e.g. Descriptors, you must:
  1. enter the requested terms, separating them with a semicolon. If you do not know whether the term exists in the database, you can use the LIST button (see Example 3).
  2. Select the option AND as a term operator if you want to find records where both terms appear in the field;
  3. Select the option OR if you want to find the record where at least one of the selected terms appears.
Look at the example below:
 

  AND OR NOT  
Keywords from Title

Note that the system will interpret the query as a request for records having in the Descriptor fields at least one of the values Poland OR Germany OR France.