Drupal Clean URL on Nginx

Most existing Drupal documentation, and even the built-in .htaccess files, assume you’re using Apache as your web server, but site administrators who want better performance than Apache can provide have moved in droves to “smaller” web server applications like Lighttpd and Nginx.
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Drupal Clean URLs

By default, Drupal uses and generates URLs for your site’s pages that look like “http://www.example.com/?q=node/83.” This style of URLs can be hard to read, and can prevent some search engines from indexing all the pages of your site. Research suggests this may not be as big of a problem for major search engines as it once was; however, it is worth noting the recommendation from Google’s webmaster guidelines stating:
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