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|Your Search||subject:(law code)|
|Your IP Address||184.108.40.206|
|Your Browser||CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/)|
|Our Internal Error Message||500 Can't connect to localhost:8983 (Connection refused)|
|Our Internal Search Parameters||version=2.2&start=0&rows=30&facet=true&facet.limit=-1&facet.mincount=10&facet.field=degreeExact&facet.field=publisherExact&facet.field=disciplineExact&facet.field=cc_s&facet.field=levelExact&facet.field=languageExact&facet.date=pub_dt&facet.date.gap=%2B5YEARS&facet.date.end=NOW%2FYEAR&facet.date.start=NOW-49YEARS%2FYEAR&hl=true&hl.snippets=5&hl.fl=fulltext&hl.mergeContinuous=true&hl.fragsize=90&spellcheck=true&spellcheck.count=5&q.op=AND&q=subject%3A%28law%20code%29|
|Time and Date||Sat Sep 21 09:30:20 2019|