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In Boolean searching, using parentheses to embed a logical operation within another logical operation, thereby indicating the order in which the logical operators or commands are to be executed by a computer (syntax). In the following example, the Boolean or command will be executed first, followed by not and then and.

Search statement: children and violence and ((television or media) not cartoon*)

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