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Tour 111; 259 Au Bon Pain 130; cafe in Harvard Square; 212 Avalon, Frankie 168 Axford, Trevor ("The Axhandle") 50; ETA student; clean-urine sales (w/Pemulis), 151; "only three-and-a-half digits on his right hand" 332; fireworks accident 3 Interdependence Days past, 512; "a true redheaded person" 512; fell off his bike and "received a tiny lesion-type brain injury after which all food everywhere tastes horrible to him" 628; Big Buddy to Penn and Ingersoll, fn.209/1035 Axhandle, the See Axford, Trevor B., Louise 348; White Flag Group member and attempted suicide Bacon 199; "Bacon's popes" Bain, Kevin 800; Marlon's older brother, at Inner Infant group Hal happens upon; parents killed in traffic helicopter accident, 803; "short thick person with a dark swart face" 805; Bain, Marlon 46; ETA student in Orin's dream; Orin's affair with his sister, 47; 246; ETA student when Orin attended, 284; 296; had O. D., 1039; excessive sweating, fn.234/1039; in Death in Scarsdale , fn.234/1039; "practically lived" with the Incandenzas in Weston AZ, fn.234/1043; letter to Steeply, fn.269/1047; mother "decapitated by a plummeting rotorblade" 1051; in Himself's films, 687; Balbalis 726; A. Robert, 927; See also Mc Cartney, Paul Belbin, Jennifer 207; Ennet House resident w/teardrop tatoos; 363; 596; Benny, Jack 828; American entertainer Bernini 235; "Ecstacy of St. Québecois Sepératiste Left term for Office of Unspecified Services; See Unspecified Service, Office of Bud, Uncle 221; Joelle's; 239 Bulat, Doshka (? 322; author of Pilgrim's Progress From This World To That Which Is To Come Buñuel 185; French ??

) ACONA 1050; Adult Children of Narcotics Addicts Actaeon Complex 290; "deep phylogenic fear of transhuman beauty" A. about apologizing to Gately, 960; wears a Stetson w/feather, fn.14/984-85; ad valorem 33; Latin: to value. "In proportion to the value" addiction marijuana, 17; giving one's self away, 53; "Drug addicts [...] are not often inclined toward violent crime" 55; "Who teaches your U. volunteer who viewed the Entertainment Des Monts 975; colleague of Bobby C.'s; Des Montes [sp] "had no realy loyalties or membership in any community" fn.369/1078 Dickinson, Emily fn. 581; tracts by, being handed out by Bruce Green's aunt Minimal Mambo 229; danced at Notkin's party mint green Ford sedan 327; with Nunhagen Asprin ad on its right rear door, 332 Minty, Emil aka "yrstruly" (12/YDPAH), 128-35; resident at Ennet House, 178; 207; "hard-core smack-addict punk" 275; 300; 615; (Note, Emil Minty is the name of the child actor who plays the "Feral Kid" in the post-apocalyptic Mel Gibson movie "Road Warrior.") Miss Diagnosis 450; "alto grad student" who is Madame Psychosis' replacement at WYYY; 624; Mitchell, Joni 966; disk of, playing in J. Wiener, Reimann, Frege, Green" fn.324/1072; Doucette, Anton ("The Boogerman") fn.147/1029; ETA student; confessing to Lyle re booger-like mole, 390; clinically depressed, 567; dreams- "talent's unconscious exercise [...] a long waking dream of pure play" 173; "expect some rough dreams [...] Keep a flashlight by your bed" 174-75; "This is also how not to fear sleep or dreams" 175; "dreamy, dreaming music that had the rhythm of long things swinging" 183; "nightmares where you prepare immaculately and [...] the exam questions are in Hindi" 253; "I kept dreaming of a face in the floor" 254; Dream Duty, 272; Dretske , Fred 70; (pioneer in the field of cognitive science, Philosophy Dept., Duke Univ.) du Bois marijuana cigarette; ("doobie") Duffy, Maura 973; childhood schoolmate of Gately's Dukakis, Michael 576; former Governor of Mass., & US presidential candidate who lost to George H. Mc Lean Hospital 249; where Himself did "a two-day purge and detox" while working on the Entertainment; fn.145/1027; in Belmont, MA, where J. Mikey 958; "alcoholic, addict and a sick fuck" with child visitation issues with his mother and sister Militant Grammarians of Massachussetts (MGM) 288; led by Avril I.; Tactical Phalanx, 288; fn.234/1039 Millennial Fizzy 182; soft drink; fn.138; taken w/Oreos for "jittery amphetaminic buzz" 200 Miller, W. Roberta Joan Anderson, Saskatchewan, Canada, 7Nov43) M. Veteran's Administration, 137; "resembles seven moons orbiting a dead planet" 193; Enfield Tennis Academy ("ETA") 3; boarding school in Enfield, MA; layout, 51-52; 63; "hilltop shaved flat" 79; pre-Tavis motto: "Te Occidere Possunt Sed Te Edere Non Possunt Nefas Est" 81; Tavis' new ETA motto: "The Man Who Knows His Limitations Has None" 81; "ritualistic [...] bitching and moaning" 111; "We're each deeply alone here" 112; 153; 6-term Entertainment Requirement, 188; philosophy of, 188; prorectors, 283; dawn drills, 452; blue, 508; inanimate objects on the move, 632, 671, 765; "a progression toward self-forgetting" 635; abundant tunnels, 666; Tunnel Club, 667, 899; brooms on the wall, 765; yearly November exhibition/fundraiser, 265, 852, 964, fn.321/1064; "Lots of the top players start the A. with a quick fit of crying" 864; Head Trainer before Loach suffered a terrible accident in the sauna, 971; Ennet House Drug and Alcohol Recovery House 137; founded in Boston by "Guy Who Didn't Even Use His First Name"; 193-98; described, 197; Dream Duty, 272, 785; "20 bored crammed-together street-canny people" 596; entrepôt 216; "the incredibly potent stash now wrapped tight in Saran and stashed deep in the toe of an old sneaker that sits atop the aluminum strut between two panels in subdorm B's drop ceiling"; "Entrepôt-bound" 916; "Pemulis's entrepôt-yachting-cap" fn.5a/983; "This was way before the discovery of the ultimate entrepôt above the false ceiling in Subdorm B's male hallway" fn.324/1067; Epps, Columbus 38; brother of Delores Epps Epps, Delores 37; sister of Columbus Epps Erdedy, Ken 17; pothead; Ennet House resident, 209; "college-boy ad-exec" "a yuppy, an account executive at Viney and Veals Advertising" in late 20s, 360; at NA meeting, 503; Eschaton 154; tennis-court game based on CD-ROM nuclear-conflagration game (fn.53/997); "a Croatian-refugee transfer had brought [it] up from the Palmer Academy in Tampa" 284; 321-42; ESCHAX directory, 509; Ethan From 884; book Gately couldn't finish in 10th-grade English; 905; 906; 916 étoiles 674; shooting star; fn.273 Euclid 81; Ewell, Eldred K. ("Tiny") 85; "elf-sized" personal-injury attorney from Watertown, MA (208); 177 (not named); "white-collar" resident at Ennet House; "I'm not denying anything" 177; 205; "hypertensive flush and little white beard" 352; 362; Money-Stealers' Club, 810; Experialism "the beginning of the Experialist migration in the subsidized Year of the Whopper" 93; "great pre-Experialist upheaval" 283; 385; "a tight and considerably tighter Experialist U. of A.,under Gentle" 391; 402-06; 1013; Exposed Northerners 834; Northern Exposure, late 80s/early 90s weird TV drama F., Robert (aka Bob Death) 444; biker at TSBYSCD Group meeting; "What the fuck is water? Flanderfumes 647; brand of Belgian cigarette Steeply smokes Flatto, Thomas M., B. philosopher Henderson, Clenette 37; half-sister of Wardine; at Ennet House, 180; 363; janitor at ETA, 527; the maid in C. 169; Pemulis' ~ hat, presumably after character Mr. S., victim of "the Entertainment"; 647; Hoyne, Miriam 508; wife of Henri Huizenga, Wayne 415; owner of Blockbuster Entertainment (and at least one professional sports franchise.) Hundt Act 184; regarding FM bandwidth (1966) Hung Toys 131; front for Wo's dope business I, Mrs. , 726; "the family's light and pulse and the center that held tight" 737; everyone at the table inclines toward Avril "like heliotropes" 745; chattin with Mario in her office, 762; grandfather's unlucky gamble on Delaware Punch, 765; drunk father, 766; "Death incarnate, 790; "engaging in sexual enmeshments with just about everything with a Y-chromosome" 791; "mother had been ethnic Québecois, her father Anglo-Canadian" 897-98; father was a binge-drinker, 898; "The Moms full name is Avril Mondragon Tavis Incandenza, Ed. (Becoming a made man is something akin to getting tenure.) (Or so I've read.) Maggie: A Girl of the Streets 191; "depressing book" read by Madame Psychosis. Similar to (and often used concurrently with) Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Mohammed 108; Arab prophet of Islam; established a theocratic state at Medina after 622 and began to convert Arabia to Islam. ergotic-vascular-headachetreatment specialized [who] interned at Sandoz [in Switzerland] [and was] one of T. having a sharp point Mulroney , (Martin) Brian fn.304/1058; Canadian president from 1984 - ?? 17; Oxford English Dictionary; 28; 30; 245; Ogilvie, Mr. 140; teaches "Introduction to Entertainment Studies" at ETA; 188; 411; 515; "Reflections on Refraction" class, 756; Old Nurse who Asks For Help 196; retired Air Force Nurse in Unit #4 at Ennet House; 608; "HELP WANTED sign up under the window of the lady in Unit #4 that shouts for Help" 894; Olders 471; Canadian scientist at the Brandon Psychiatric Center who discoveredp-terminals, aka "Rivers of Reward" O. I can't recall how I came up with my answer either. Harvard St." in Boston Sweeny, Chip 552; younger ETA student Swinburne, Algernon Charles. Party campaign manager" fn.156/1030; penis measuring, 548; in State House Annex, 622; White House Adviser on Interdependent Relations, 876; Tine, Rodney, Jr.

490; director of Input/Output testing of "the Entertainment"; 646 Flechette, Dwight 949; ETA student during Orin's time there Flechette, Walt 46; ETA student in Orin's dream Flents 201; brand of earplug F. S.'s northern oxides north" 385; provenance, 402-03;1018; "massive lucite walls" 438; Green, Bruce 38; 8th grader who fell in love with Mildred Bonk; at Ennet House, 179; 207; "garbage-head all-Substance-type kid" 276; 363; Lenz's confidant, 546; 553; parents, 578-81; "'For God's sake no Mr. Hazel 834; 70s TV sitcom head- Millicent Kent hairdo, 122; eye popping out of "C's map" 134; Mario's "large but sort of withered-looking head" 154; "Hal's head, closely monitored by de Lint and Staff, is judged still level and focused" 155; Himself "transcending that overlarge head" 158; "the sound of your head revving, and head is still just body" 159; "pencil-necked big-headed asthmatic little kid staring up through Coke-bottle lenses" 182; "The engineer [...] has extremely bad skin" 183; "M. T.'s near-new Student Union [...] one enormous cerebral cortex" 184; "a living corporeal head" 189; "phrenologically malformed" 190; "Two-Baggers" 190; "the utterly noseless" 191; "Kornspan's red face is leaping around on his skull" 199; "mesomorphic head" 200; "99% of the head's thinking activity consists of trying to scare the everliving shit out of itself" 204; Didi N.'s tattoo of "tattered screaming skull" 208; "synthetic-narc-addicted kid" named Skull, 208; "her brain heving around in its skull" 226; "brain heaving in its bone-box" 231; "lifted her veil back to cover her skull like a bride" 235; "[Schacht's] own big sick head" 262; Mario's "poor big head" 267; "They identify their whole selves with their head, and the Disease makes its command headquarters in the head" 272; "head-gaming" 273; Treat's "ruined face" 274; "Disease chewing away inside his head" 274; "garbage-head all-Substance-type kid [...] face very slightly smunched in on one side" 276; "bird-like head movements" 276; "look of a mean clown" 277; Gately's "massive square head" 277; Heath, Pam fn.24/987; played dentist's wife in Himself's Fun with Teeth; played wife in Himself's Various Small Flames, fn.24/988; plays "Death as a lethally beautiful woman" in Himself's Möbius Strips, fn.24/990; Heaven, Paul Anthony 910; thumbless; played dull Academic in Good-Looking Men ...; "data entry drone for Ocean Spray"; narrated "There Are No Losers Here" fn.24/986; played a son in Himself's Low-Temperature Physics, fn.24/991; Heidegger , Martin 233; Ger. listed with Nick Bolliteri, famous Floridian nurturer of tennis youth.) Horace 551; Stice family dog back in Kansas, and Stice's name for his anger Howell, Mr. Local 517 813; Ewell's father's union ("International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers") Incandenza, Mrs. Johnson's demise, 1051; "views the recipients of [her] charity not as persons so much as pieces of exercise equipment on which [she] can develop and demonstrate [her] own virtue" fn.269/1052; AFR spy ? She is 197 cm (6' 5 1/2") tall in flats" 898; "had Himself interred in her family's traditional plot in L'Islet Province" 907; "birth-mother had died in Québec of an infarction when [the Moms] was eight, her father during her sophomore year at Mc Gill under circumstances none of us knew" 953; affairs with "Bain, graduate students, grammatical colleagues, Japanese fight-choreographers, the hairy-shouldered Ken N. post-modern hero, 140-42; "the catatonic hero, the one beyond calm, divorced from all stimulus, carried here and there across sets by burly extras" 142; bunks in subdorm A on 3rd floor of Comm.-Ad.; date of birth: 10/91, 155; about, 155; training, 172; "the window of opportunity [to take DMZ] looks to be 11/20-21" 217; discovered J. in microwave, 248; and the grief-therapist, 252; his tennis game, 260; "asymetrically hobbled on the care-too-much side" of tennis proficiency, 269; "the substance-compulsion's strange apparent contribution to Hal's erumpent explosion up the rankings has got to be a temporary thing, that there's like a psychic credit-card bill for Hal in the mail" 270; "feels at his own face to see whether he is wincing" 342; craves dope, tobacco & sugar, 395; "an almost obsessive dislike for de Lint" 460; taking care of the blind kid from Philo IL who had "cranium-issues" 518; "at complete ease with" Stice, 521; lying on his back "photosynthesizing" 560; relationship to the Moms, fn.234/1040; near-loss to Stice, 627; "lifetime virginity is a conscious goal" 634; "a whole new and chemical-free Hal" 635; "Hal's in essence a torturer" as a player, 659; Pump Room hideaway sniffed out by kids, 668; his tennis game, 680, 682; chewing Kodiak, 686; "the sleek little show-offy kid" 745; ONANTA guy holding him and Pemulis by the ear, 759; dream of losing teeth, 770; "O. ) in Himself's Safe Boating is No Accident M., Gene See Martinez, Eugenio Mackey fn.209/1035; senior male ETA student Madame, The 542; hallucinogen Doony Glynn did in 1989 Made Guys from the North End 609; presumably "made" members of the mafia. A tool (test) used to categorize humans by personality. T.'s administrative ass't; 174; 432; about, 509-; More Will Be Revealed 540; NA group Morris [sic] Code 275 M. 446; Gately's mother's "live-in lover, a former Navy M. who used to beat her up on a regular schedule"; 840-43; drove a "cheese-and-egg delivery truck for Cheese King Inc." 841; maiming flies, 842; mucronate 314.1 5. In fact when I did it I came up with a different year. 273; TP viewer Decade Magazine 284; ran a short interest-piece on Orin Deep Throat 955; a B. 3; ETA prorector; 306; described, 657; Delphina, Lady 131; dope dealer "down by the Empire" in Boston; selling to Joelle v. Gilles 792; "posthumous Incest and the Life of Death in Capitalist Entertainment de Lint, Aubrey F. ) for "antique blue lava-lamp and a lavender-tinged apothecary's mirror" 481-82; Pemulis researching, 785; fn.8/984; per Pemulis: "doesn't show up on a G. the fly agaric mushroom" 66; Parnate, 70; Thousand-Meter Stare, 76; "involuted marijuana-type thinking" 136; Talwin, 210; Ecstacy, 230; marijuana addiction, 503; cocaine hydrolysis' effect on various characters in IJ, fn.232/1037; "Marijuana Thinking" fn.269/1048; "operating a pharmaceutical company without a license" 699; "humboldt County hydroponic marijuana" 804; Tenuate, fn.3/983; P. .disillusioned fringes" that "swept to quadrennial victory" as a third party, 382; 1016;1022; Dali , Salvador 185; Spanish surrealist painter Darkstar See Mc Nair, Stokely Day, Geoffrey 209; Ennet House resident; "red-wine-and-Quaalude man who [...] manned the helm of a Scholarly Journal" 272; fn.90; "closet poofta" 561; the dark, billowing horror triggered by violin notes and vibrating window-glass, 649; attended Brown University and graduated magna cum laude, 650; telling Gately about his brother who "had enormous red loose lips and wore eyeglasses so thick his eyes had looked like an ant's eyes" w/phobic fear of leaves, 828; article on A. Day), fn.304/1056; De Bakey 33; "of maxillofacial yeast" D. D., 225; 300; De Niro, Robert 944; American film actor De Palma 185; (Brian) American film director Department of Social Services (D. S.) 377-78; depression Gompert's clinical, 69; unipolars ("tormented by the conviction that no one lese could hear or understand them"), 75; 692; anhedonia, or simple melancholy, afflicting goal-oriented people, 692-93; clinical, 695; psychotic, 695-96; a "trapped person [who] reaches a certain unendurable level will kill herself the same way a trapped person will eventually jump from the window of a burning high-rise" 696; beyond human aid, 697; Deren, Maya 185; at Notkin party; 228 Desai, Dick 491; in Data Production, B. the Antitois' cell, "self-contained, a monomitotic cell, eccentric and borderline-incompetent"; death, 486; Front-Contre-O. 49-50; ETA student; introduced Hal to marijuana, 67; 633; Boston AA 343; Betty Crocker Cake Mix trope, 467; Boston Univerity 284; Terriers, 286; Bouncety-Bounce, Mr. children's program; "-brand bow-biters" 111; 520; "appears in his old cloth-and-safety-pin diaper and paunch and rubber infant-head mask" 648; 878; Gately loves the show, 922; Bow&Arrow 129; gay bar in Harvard Squar[e], Boston bradyphrenic 314.1-3; lost or impaired ability to make decisions or act independently, abulic. B.) 542; 708; Bröckengespenstphänom 88; (fn.38) "Goethe's well-known"; 641 Brookline Young People's Mtg. writer/philosopher Candida Albicans 33; a dimorphous organism that can be either a yeast, in which form it is not invasive, or a fungus, in which form it is. Cambridge NA group Clenette See Henderson, Clenette clicks 573 4; kilometers Clinton, Hillary R. C.) 382; Clipperton, Eric 407; Clipperton Brigade; fin de siecle unseeded 16-year-old tennis legend who threatened to shoot himself if he ever lost a game; 431; from Crawfordsville IN, 433; 681; Clow, Lori fn.209/1035; ETA student playing microtennis w/Freer CNS 292; central nervous system cockroaches 44-45 Columbia Guide to Refractive Indices Second Edition 161; book young J.