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How do I Google a range of numbers in a link?

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How can I determine which books on a public library, like Toronto's, have 50-100 copies?

Is there any better method than inputting

50..100 copies site:torontopubliclibrary.ca ?

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Suggestion: Use "50..100 copies" (in quotes) to filter out those that say stuff like "58 holds" (which is the top result for me) Moshi‭ 18 days ago

What about that search query is unsatisfactory? Seems to me like it would solve the problem. Canina‭ 18 days ago

Google search operators. I was searching to answer your question. But, I didn't find anything. Google only shows 10-15 results per page. Istiak‭ 14 days ago

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