33 more: Precise Custom Searches by Sites and Across

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Google Custom (Programmable) Engines are capable of finding particular values (such as someone’s location or employer) precisely with the aid of special search operators. The precise filtering ability is based on the “objects” defined by Schema.org – such as Person, Organization, or Place – which site creators can embed in the page code. The “custom” search operators are written as more:pagemap:<custom addition> which you can shorten to more:p: 

There is no tipsheet for these operators since their syntax is often site-specific (unlike the 21 Google operators). This post can serve as the “next best” since you can alter and utilize

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