Using reverse partial lookup with look up value that contains of two keywords

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I want the result to be exact match,
meaning the closest match (that contains at least two words) in ‘lookup value’ should be disappear (irrespective of lower/upper case though).
In order to be easily understood, here is the link:,
 Hope someone can find me solution for the formula that should be use


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