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A Google search operator that allows a user to restrict the search results to only those pages with the search query specified in URL. For example, allinurl: webopedia virus will return only documents that contain the words "webopedia" and "virus" in the URL of the webpage listed in search results.  You can type allinurl: in the Google search box when performing the search or you can access this search option using the "Advanced Web Search" features tab in Google search.

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