'Like' searches may be conducted in any of the text fields below. A 'Like' search involves replacing one or more letters of the entry with the % character. The % acts as a 'wildcard' character allowing the user to search for entries where the user is not sure of the spelling or wishes to return additional results. The % character may be used anywhere in the entry and may be used more than once. Examples of uses of the wildcard search are: "%son", which would return the results, "Wilson", "Jamieson" and "son". Entering the value "%more%" would return values such as "more", "sophomore" and "more or less". The wildcard character may also used in the string, such as "Go%er", which would return "Gogetter", and "Gopher".