The difference between Google search, which is used to find information and other related search results, and a search query, which contains the specific search terms the search engine thinks the user is looking for, is not quite as clear.
A Google search might be similar to the way an Internet search engine would display a list of words, but the actual results you are looking for may be different.
This is because there are no “tags” to indicate where you are searching for a result, nor is there a way to filter out certain results.
The result of a Google query is usually an image, but if you try to filter it out, the search results won’t be displayed.
However, a real query can contain multiple pages with results that differ.
This can make it very difficult to determine what the real search is and how to use it.
To help, we have compiled a list to help you determine what kind of search you might be getting, and what the results might be like.
Some results might appear to be from different sources, but are actually from the same source.
You might even get a “result” for the exact same query, but from a different source.
If you want to find out more about what’s going on, we’ve created an article about the differences between a real and a Google result.