Sometimes the search results list can contain too many variations of your search terms, ordered and utilized in various ways within a blog post. This is especially true if you are using one or more keywords that is a commonly used word.

However, it's very easy to find just the phrase you're wanting in the ACI Scholarly Blog Index. Just enclose any search phrase with quotation marks to ensure that results only include that specific phrase, and with the words in that specific order. 

For example, here is a search for the phrase due process, without quotation marks. You'll notice that, while the results contain the words due and process somewhere in the content, they are not always necessarily in that order.  


I can then perform a search with quotation marks to ensure that every result contains the exact phrase "due process":