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- Use truncations to locate words that feature different endings. For example by searching for Australi* the results can include Australia/Australian
- Use wildcards to locate words for singular/plural and words of UK/US English spelling
e.g. by searching for wom?n the results will include women/woman
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e.g. "sociological imagination"
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