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Lists are sometimes viewed as sets by considering their elements unordered and by assuming there is no duplication of elements.

adjoin         nset-difference    set-difference    union  
intersection   nset-exclusive-or  set-exclusive-or         
nintersection  nunion             subsetp                  

Figure 14-5. Some defined names related to sets.

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