Cross reference terms in italics are general cross references, or refer to subentry terms within the main entry (the main entry is not repeated to save space). Readers are also advised to refer to the end of each article for additional cross references not all of these cross references have been included in the index cross references.
The index is arranged in set out style with a maximum of three levels of heading. Major discussion of a subject is indicated by bold page numbers. Page numbers suffixed by t and f refer to Tables and Figures respectively. vs. indicates a comparison.
This index is in letter by letter order, whereby hyphens and spaces within index headings are ignored in the alphabetiza tion. Prefixes and terms in parentheses are excluded from the initial alphabetization.
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