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14th Nov '14 8:32:31 AM SolipSchism
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* JustForPun
21st Jul '14 10:13:03 AM TrulyDeceptive
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Indices are alphabetically organized lists of things of a certain type. Because they are organizational tools, many indices often need to contain themselves. This is an index of such indices. [[spoiler:Quite fittingly, [[LampshadeHanging this index lampshades its own purpose by containing itself.]]]] [[note]]I guess that means you could say it's a recursive RecursiveIndexIndex.[[/note]]

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Indices are alphabetically organized lists of things of a certain type. Because they are organizational tools, many indices often need to contain themselves. This is an index of such indices. [[spoiler:Quite fittingly, [[LampshadeHanging this index lampshades its own purpose by containing itself.]]]] [[note]]I guess that means you could say it's a recursive RecursiveIndexIndex.RecursiveIndexIndex; it contains itself so that it can contain itself.[[/note]]
4th Jun '14 11:57:33 PM TrulyDeceptive
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Indices are alphabetically organized lists of things of a certain type. Because they are organizational tools, many indices often need to contain themselves. This is an index of such indices. [[spoiler:Quite fittingly, [[LampshadeHanging this index lampshades its own purpose by containing itself.]]]]

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Indices are alphabetically organized lists of things of a certain type. Because they are organizational tools, many indices often need to contain themselves. This is an index of such indices. [[spoiler:Quite fittingly, [[LampshadeHanging this index lampshades its own purpose by containing itself.]]]]]]]] [[note]]I guess that means you could say it's a recursive RecursiveIndexIndex.[[/note]]
4th Jun '14 6:41:13 AM TrulyDeceptive
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Indices are alphabetically organized lists of things of a certain type. Because they are organizational tools, many indices often need to contain themselves. This is an index of such indices.

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Indices are alphabetically organized lists of things of a certain type. Because they are organizational tools, many indices often need to contain themselves. This is an index of such indices.
indices. [[spoiler:Quite fittingly, [[LampshadeHanging this index lampshades its own purpose by containing itself.]]]]
28th Mar '12 4:15:55 PM Anemone
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* IndexIndex is not, but should be.

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* IndexIndex is not, but should be.IndexIndex
5th Nov '11 11:46:40 PM JohnnyAdroit
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* IndexIndex is not, but should be.

* IndexIndex is not, but should be.
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