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--- info/gcl.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/gcl.texi	2018-07-06 21:48:34.162037164 -0600
@@ -11,15 +11,13 @@ This is a Texinfo GNU Common Lisp Manual
 for Common Lisp.  
 
 Copyright 1994 William F. Schelter
-
-@format
-INFO-DIR-SECTION GNU Common Lisp
-START-INFO-DIR-ENTRY
-* gcl: (gcl.info). GNU Common Lisp Manual
-END-INFO-DIR-ENTRY
-@end format
 @end ifinfo
 
+@dircategory GNU Common Lisp
+@direntry
+* gcl: (gcl).	GNU Common Lisp Manual.
+@end direntry
+
 @titlepage
 @sp 10
 @comment The title is printed in a large font.
--- info/gcl-si.texi.orig	2014-10-23 15:29:00.000000000 -0600
+++ info/gcl-si.texi	2018-07-06 21:49:32.921907426 -0600
@@ -10,6 +10,7 @@
 
 @c @smallbook
 @setfilename gcl-si.info
+@settitle GCL SI Manual
 @synindex vr fn
 
 @c to update the menus do: 
@@ -20,7 +21,7 @@
 @setchapternewpage odd
 @dircategory GNU Common Lisp
 @direntry 
-* gcl-si: (gcl-si.info). GNU Common Lisp System Internals
+* gcl-si: (gcl-si).	GNU Common Lisp System Internals.
 @end direntry
 
 @ifinfo
--- info/gcl-tk.texi.orig	2014-10-23 15:29:00.000000000 -0600
+++ info/gcl-tk.texi	2018-07-06 21:49:58.737850427 -0600
@@ -10,6 +10,7 @@
 
 @c @smallbook
 @setfilename gcl-tk.info
+@settitle GCL TK Manual
 @synindex vr fn
 
 @c to update the menus do: 
@@ -20,7 +21,7 @@
 @setchapternewpage odd
 @dircategory GNU Common Lisp
 @direntry 
-* gcl-tk: (gcl-tk.info). GNU TK Manual
+* gcl-tk: (gcl-tk).	GNU Common Lisp Tk Manual.
 @end direntry
 
 @ifinfo
--- info/chap-1.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-1.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -419,7 +419,7 @@ used in this manual.
 @node Notational Conventions, Error Terminology, Definitions, Definitions
 @subsection Notational Conventions
 
-@ITindex{notation}
+@ITindex notation
 
 The following notational conventions are used throughout this document.
 
@@ -442,7 +442,7 @@ The following notational conventions are
 @node Font Key, Modified BNF Syntax, Notational Conventions, Notational Conventions
 @subsubsection Font Key
 
-@ITindex{font key}
+@ITindex font key
 
 Fonts are used in this document to convey information.
 
@@ -461,7 +461,7 @@ The subscript notation for Glossary term
 context might be insufficient to disambiguate among the available definitions.
 
 @item @i{name}
-@IGindex{name}
+@IGindex name
 
 Denotes the introduction of a formal term locally to the current text.
 There is still a corresponding glossary entry, and is formally equivalent
@@ -497,7 +497,7 @@ input or output.
 @node Modified BNF Syntax, Splicing in Modified BNF Syntax, Font Key, Notational Conventions
 @subsubsection Modified BNF Syntax
 
-@ITindex{bnf key}
+@ITindex bnf key
 
 This specification uses an extended Backus Normal Form (BNF) to
 describe the syntax of @r{Common Lisp} @i{macro forms} and @i{special forms}.
@@ -813,7 +813,7 @@ but conventions may exist which convey a
 @node Case in Symbols, Numbers (Objects with Multiple Notations), Objects with Multiple Notations, Notational Conventions
 @subsubsection Case in Symbols
 
-@ITindex{case in symbol names}
+@ITindex case in symbol names
 
 While @i{case} is significant in the process of @i{interning} a @i{symbol},
 the @i{Lisp reader}, by default, attempts to canonicalize the case of a
@@ -872,11 +872,11 @@ and never to a four-letter symbol @t{"CA
 @node NIL, Designators, Use of the Dot Character, Notational Conventions
 @subsubsection NIL
 
-@IGindex{nil}
+@IGindex nil
 
-@IGindex{()}
+@IGindex ()
 
-@IRindex{nil}
+@IRindex nil
 
 @b{nil} has a variety of meanings.
 It is a @i{symbol} in the @t{COMMON-LISP} @i{package} with the @i{name} @t{"NIL"},
@@ -934,7 +934,7 @@ Instead, these phrases are just traditio
 @subsubsection Designators
 
 A @i{designator}
-@IGindex{designator}
+@IGindex designator
  is an @i{object} that denotes another @i{object}.
 
 Where a @i{parameter} of an @i{operator} is described as a @i{designator},
@@ -988,13 +988,13 @@ from which the @i{value} of <<@i{paramet
 @node Nonsense Words,  , Designators, Notational Conventions
 @subsubsection Nonsense Words
 
-@ICindex{foo}
+@ICindex foo
 
-@ICindex{bar}
+@ICindex bar
 
-@ICindex{baz}
+@ICindex baz
 
-@ICindex{quux}
+@ICindex quux
 
 When a word having no pre-attached semantics is required (@i{e.g.}, in an
 example), it is common in the Lisp community to use one of the words
@@ -1014,7 +1014,7 @@ is an attached semantics which they are
 @node Error Terminology, Sections Not Formally Part Of This Standard, Notational Conventions, Definitions
 @subsection Error Terminology
 
-@IGindex{error terminology}
+@IGindex error terminology
 
 Situations in which errors might, should, or must be signaled are described
 in the standard.  The wording used to describe such situations is intended
@@ -1024,7 +1024,7 @@ to have precise meaning. The following l
 
 @item @b{Safe code}  
 
-@IGindex{safe}
+@IGindex safe
 
 This is @i{code} processed with the @b{safety} optimization 
 at its highest setting (@t{3}).  @b{safety} is a lexical property
@@ -1036,7 +1036,7 @@ code signals the error.
 
 @item @b{Unsafe code}  
 
-@IGindex{unsafe}
+@IGindex unsafe
 
 This is code processed with lower safety levels.
 
@@ -1045,11 +1045,11 @@ treat all code as safe code all the time
 
 @item @b{An error is signaled}  
 
-@IGindex{signal}
+@IGindex signal
 
-@ITindex{is signaled}
+@ITindex is signaled
 
-@ITindex{must signal}
+@ITindex must signal
 
 This means that an error is signaled in both safe and unsafe code.
 @i{Conforming code} may rely on the fact that the error is signaled
@@ -1062,9 +1062,9 @@ If an explicit error type is not specifi
 
 @item @b{An error should be signaled}  
 
-@IGindex{signal}
+@IGindex signal
 
-@ITindex{should signal}
+@ITindex should signal
 
 This means that an error is signaled in safe code, and an error
 might be signaled in unsafe code.  @i{Conforming code} may rely on the
@@ -1076,9 +1076,9 @@ if any argument is not of @i{type} @b{nu
 
 @item @b{Should be prepared to signal an error}  
 
-@IGindex{signal}
+@IGindex signal
 
-@ITindex{prepared to signal}
+@ITindex prepared to signal
 
 This is similar to ``should be signaled'' except that it does not
 imply that `extra effort' has to be taken on the part of an @i{operator}
@@ -1128,9 +1128,9 @@ correct operation of the @i{operator}.
 
 @item @b{The consequences are unspecified}  
 
-@ITindex{consequences}
+@ITindex consequences
 
-@ITindex{unspecified consequences}
+@ITindex unspecified consequences
 
 This means that the consequences are unpredictable but harmless.
 Implementations are permitted to specify the consequences of this
@@ -1143,9 +1143,9 @@ specifies a name that does not correspon
 
 @item @b{The consequences are undefined}  
 
-@ITindex{consequences}
+@ITindex consequences
 
-@ITindex{undefined consequences}
+@ITindex undefined consequences
 
 This means that the consequences are unpredictable. The consequences
 may range from harmless to fatal.  No @i{conforming code} may depend on
@@ -1162,9 +1162,9 @@ variable has undefined consequences.''
 
 @item @b{An error might be signaled}  
 
-@IGindex{signal}
+@IGindex signal
 
-@ITindex{might signal}
+@ITindex might signal
 
 This means that the situation has undefined consequences;
 however, if an error is signaled, it is of the specified @i{type}.
@@ -1172,7 +1172,7 @@ For example, ``@b{open} might signal an
 
 @item @b{The return values are unspecified}  
 
-@ITindex{unspecified values}
+@ITindex unspecified values
 
 This means that only the number and nature of the return values of a
 @i{form} are not specified.  However, the issue of whether or not
@@ -1186,7 +1186,7 @@ rely on any particular aspect of the val
 
 @item @b{Implementations may be extended to cover this situation}  
 
-@ITindex{extensions}
+@ITindex extensions
 
 This means that the @i{situation} has undefined consequences;
 however, a @i{conforming implementation} is free to treat
@@ -1206,7 +1206,7 @@ specifiers to have a corresponding @i{cl
 
 @item @b{Implementations are free to extend the syntax}  
 
-@ITindex{extensions}
+@ITindex extensions
 
 This means that in this situation implementations are permitted to
 define unambiguous extensions to the syntax of the @i{form} being
@@ -1219,7 +1219,7 @@ example, ``no implementation is free to
 
 @item @b{A warning might be issued}  
 
-@ITindex{warning}
+@ITindex warning
 
 This means that @i{implementations} are encouraged to issue a warning
 if the context is appropriate (@i{e.g.}, when compiling).  However, a
@@ -1799,7 +1799,7 @@ In addition, it imposes requirements on
 @subsection Conforming Implementations
 
 A @i{conforming implementation}
-@IGindex{conforming implementation}
+@IGindex conforming implementation
  shall adhere to the requirements outlined
 in this section.
 
@@ -1906,9 +1906,9 @@ standard, then the conformance statement
 @node Conforming Programs,  , Conforming Implementations, Conformance
 @subsection Conforming Programs
 
-@IGindex{conforming program}
+@IGindex conforming program
 
-@IGindex{conforming code}
+@IGindex conforming code
 
 Code conforming with the requirements of this standard shall adhere to the
 following:
@@ -1989,7 +1989,7 @@ presence of the feature @t{ACME} really
 @t{acme:initialize-something} is present in the environment.  In effect,
 using @t{#+} or @t{#-} in a @i{conforming program} means that the variable
 @b{*features*}
-@IRindex{*features*}
+@IRindex *features*
 
 becomes just one more piece of input data to that 
 program.  Like any other data coming into a program, the programmer
@@ -2177,7 +2177,7 @@ should be used if that is what is desire
 
 The figures on the next twelve pages contain a complete enumeration
 of the 978 @i{external} @i{symbols} in the @t{COMMON-LISP} @i{package}.
-@IPindex{common-lisp}
+@IPindex common-lisp
 
 @format
 @group
--- info/chap-2.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-2.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ interprets them as a printed representat
 constructs that @i{object}, and returns it.
 
 The syntax described by this chapter is called the @i{standard syntax}
-@IGindex{standard syntax}
+@IGindex standard syntax
 .
 Operations are provided by @r{Common Lisp} so that
 various aspects of the syntax information represented by a @i{readtable} 
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ the syntax used throughout this document
 
 Syntax information for use by the @i{Lisp reader} is embodied in an
 @i{object} called a @i{readtable}
-@IGindex{readtable}
+@IGindex readtable
 .  Among other things, 
 the @i{readtable} contains the association between @i{characters} 
 and @i{syntax types}.
@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ Figure 2--1 lists some @i{defined names}
 
 Several @i{readtables} describing different syntaxes can exist,
 but at any given time only one, called the @i{current readtable}
-@IGindex{current readtable}
+@IGindex current readtable
 , 
 affects the way in which @i{expressions}_2 are parsed 
 into @i{objects} by the @i{Lisp reader}.
@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ To make a different @i{readtable} become
 @subsubsection The Standard Readtable
 
 The @i{standard readtable}
-@IGindex{standard readtable}
+@IGindex standard readtable
  conforms to @i{standard syntax}.
 The consequences are undefined if an attempt is made
 to modify the @i{standard readtable}.
@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ The @i{readtable case} of the @i{standar
 @subsubsection The Initial Readtable
 
 The @i{initial readtable}
-@IGindex{initial readtable}
+@IGindex initial readtable
  is
 the @i{readtable} that is the @i{current readtable}
 at the time when the @i{Lisp image} starts.
@@ -135,7 +135,7 @@ the @i{variables} that influence the beh
 All @i{implementations} must support a @i{character} @i{repertoire}
 called @b{standard-char}; @i{characters} that are members of that
 @i{repertoire} are called @i{standard characters}
-@IGindex{standard character}
+@IGindex standard character
 .
 
 The @b{standard-char} @i{repertoire} consists of
@@ -261,7 +261,7 @@ for a more general user-written parser.
 When the @i{Lisp reader} is invoked, it reads a single character from 
 the @i{input} @i{stream} and dispatches according to the
 @i{syntax type}
-@IGindex{syntax type}
+@IGindex syntax type
  of that @i{character}.
 Every @i{character} that can appear in the @i{input} @i{stream}
 is of one of the @i{syntax types} shown in @i{Figure~2--6}.
@@ -357,7 +357,7 @@ The following are descriptions of each k
 
 @i{Constituent} @i{characters} are used in @i{tokens}.
 A @i{token}
-@IGindex{token}
+@IGindex token
  is a representation of a @i{number} or a @i{symbol}.  
 Examples of @i{constituent} @i{characters} are letters and digits.
 
@@ -473,7 +473,7 @@ is performed.
 
 A @i{macro character} has an associated @i{function}
 called a @i{reader macro function}
-@IGindex{reader macro function}
+@IGindex reader macro function
  that implements its specialized parsing behavior.
 An association of this kind can be established or modified under control of
 a @i{conforming program} by using 
@@ -494,7 +494,7 @@ A @i{macro character} is either @i{termi
 The difference between @i{terminating} and @i{non-terminating} @i{macro characters} 
 lies in what happens when such characters occur in the middle of a @i{token}.  
 If a @i{non-terminating}
-@IGindex{non-terminating}
+@IGindex non-terminating
  @i{macro character} occurs in the middle of a @i{token},
 the @i{function} associated 
 with the @i{non-terminating} @i{macro character} is not called,
@@ -502,7 +502,7 @@ and the
 @i{non-terminating} @i{macro character} does not terminate the @i{token}'s name; it
 becomes part of the name as if the @i{macro character} were really a constituent
 character.  A @i{terminating}
-@IGindex{terminating}
+@IGindex terminating
  @i{macro character} terminates any @i{token},
 and its associated @i{reader macro function}
 is called no matter where the @i{character} appears.
@@ -536,7 +536,7 @@ see @ref{Standard Macro Characters}.
 @subsubsection Multiple Escape Characters
 
 A pair of @i{multiple escape}
-@IGindex{multiple escape}
+@IGindex multiple escape
  @i{characters}
 is used to indicate that an enclosed sequence of characters,
 including possible @i{macro characters} and @i{whitespace}_2 @i{characters},
@@ -565,7 +565,7 @@ in @i{standard syntax}.
 @subsubsection Single Escape Character
 
 A @i{single escape}
-@IGindex{single escape}
+@IGindex single escape
  is used to indicate that 
 the next @i{character} is to be treated as 
 an @i{alphabetic}_2 @i{character}
--- info/chap-3.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-3.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ from direct interpretation of a @i{form}
 to invocation of @i{compiled code} produced by a @i{compiler}.
 
 @i{Evaluation}
-@IGindex{evaluation}
+@IGindex evaluation
  is the process by which a @i{program} is @i{executed} in @r{Common Lisp}.
 The mechanism of @i{evaluation} is manifested
  both implicitly through the effect of the @i{Lisp read-eval-print loop},
@@ -59,19 +59,19 @@ is described in @ref{The Evaluation Mode
 @subsection Introduction to Environments
 
 A @i{binding}
-@IGindex{binding}
+@IGindex binding
  is an association between a @i{name} and
 that which the name denotes.  @i{Bindings} are @i{established}
 in a @i{lexical environment} or a @i{dynamic environment}
 by particular @i{special operators}.
 
 An @i{environment}
-@IGindex{environment}
+@IGindex environment
  is a set of @i{bindings} and other information
 used during evaluation (@i{e.g.}, to associate meanings with names).
 
 @i{Bindings} in an @i{environment} are partitioned into @i{namespaces}
-@IGindex{namespace}
+@IGindex namespace
 .
 A single @i{name} can simultaneously have more than one
 associated @i{binding} per @i{environment},
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ but can have only one associated @i{bind
 @subsubsection The Global Environment
 
 The @i{global environment}
-@IGindex{global environment}
+@IGindex global environment
  is that part of an @i{environment}
 that contains @i{bindings} with both @i{indefinite scope} 
 and @i{indefinite extent}.
@@ -115,7 +115,7 @@ information about @i{proclamations}.
 @subsubsection Dynamic Environments
 
 A @i{dynamic environment}
-@IGindex{dynamic environment}
+@IGindex dynamic environment
  for @i{evaluation} is that part of an
 @i{environment} that contains @i{bindings} whose duration
 is bounded by points of @i{establishment} and @i{disestablishment} 
@@ -151,7 +151,7 @@ associated with its name in the @i{globa
 @subsubsection Lexical Environments
 
 A @i{lexical environment}
-@IGindex{lexical environment}
+@IGindex lexical environment
  for @i{evaluation} at some position in a @i{program}
 is that part of the @i{environment} that contains information having 
 @i{lexical scope} within the @i{forms} containing that position.
@@ -189,7 +189,7 @@ associated with its name in the @i{globa
 @subsubsection The Null Lexical Environment
 
 The @i{null lexical environment}
-@IGindex{null lexical environment}
+@IGindex null lexical environment
  is equivalent to the @i{global environment}.
 
 Although in general the representation of an @i{environment} @i{object}
@@ -202,7 +202,7 @@ the @i{null lexical environment}.
 
 Some @i{operators} make use of an @i{object}, 
 called an @i{environment object}
-@IGindex{environment object}
+@IGindex environment object
 ,
 that represents the set of @i{lexical bindings} needed to perform
 semantic analysis on a @i{form} in a given @i{lexical environment}.
@@ -805,7 +805,7 @@ the same @i{name} N are textually nested
 within the inner @i{form} refer to the @i{binding} established by
 the inner @i{form}; the inner @i{binding} for N
 @i{shadows}
-@IGindex{shadow}
+@IGindex shadow
  the outer @i{binding} for N.  Outside the inner
 @i{form} but inside the outer one, references to N refer to the
 @i{binding} established by the outer @i{form}.  For example:
@@ -1019,28 +1019,28 @@ See @b{multiple-values-limit} and @b{val
 The following terminology is used in this section.
 
 The @i{compiler}
-@IGindex{compiler}
+@IGindex compiler
  is a utility that translates code into an
 @i{implementation-dependent} form that might be represented or
 executed efficiently.
 The term @i{compiler}
-@IGindex{compiler}
+@IGindex compiler
  refers to both of the @i{functions}
 @b{compile} and @b{compile-file}.
 
 The term @i{compiled code}
-@IGindex{compiled code}
+@IGindex compiled code
  refers to 
 @i{objects} representing compiled programs, such as @i{objects} constructed
 by @b{compile} or by @b{load} when @i{loading} a @i{compiled file}.
 
 The term @i{implicit compilation}
-@IGindex{implicit compilation}
+@IGindex implicit compilation
  refers to @i{compilation}
 performed during @i{evaluation}.
 
 The term @i{literal object}
-@IGindex{literal object}
+@IGindex literal object
  refers to 
      a quoted @i{object} 
   or a @i{self-evaluating object} 
@@ -1048,7 +1048,7 @@ The term @i{literal object}
 A @i{constant variable} is not itself a @i{literal object}.
 
 The term @i{coalesce}
-@IGindex{coalesce}
+@IGindex coalesce
  is defined as follows.
 Suppose @t{A} and @t{B} are two @i{literal constants} in the @i{source code},
 and that @t{A'} and @t{B'} are the corresponding @i{objects} in the @i{compiled code}.
@@ -1057,19 +1057,19 @@ If @t{A'} and @t{B'} are @b{eql} but
 that @t{A} and @t{B} have been coalesced by the compiler.
 
 The term @i{minimal compilation}
-@IGindex{minimal compilation}
+@IGindex minimal compilation
  refers to actions the compiler
 must take at @i{compile time}. These actions are specified in 
 @ref{Compilation Semantics}.
 
 The verb @i{process}
-@IGindex{process}
+@IGindex process
  refers to performing @i{minimal compilation},
 determining the time of evaluation for a @i{form},
 and possibly @i{evaluating} that @i{form} (if required).
 
 The term @i{further compilation}
-@IGindex{further compilation}
+@IGindex further compilation
  refers to
 @i{implementation-dependent} compilation beyond @i{minimal compilation}.
 That is, @i{processing} does not imply complete compilation.
@@ -1085,13 +1085,13 @@ distinguished:
   the @i{run-time environment}.
 
 The @i{startup environment}
-@IGindex{startup environment}
+@IGindex startup environment
  is
 the @i{environment} of the @i{Lisp image} 
 from which the @i{compiler} was invoked.
 
 The @i{compilation environment}
-@IGindex{compilation environment}
+@IGindex compilation environment
  is maintained by the compiler
 and is used to hold definitions and declarations to be used internally
 by the compiler.  Only those parts of a definition needed for correct
@@ -1102,14 +1102,14 @@ the compiler. It is unspecified whether
 initiated in the @i{startup environment} or @i{evaluation environment}.
 
 The @i{evaluation environment}
-@IGindex{evaluation environment}
+@IGindex evaluation environment
  is a @i{run-time environment}
 in which macro expanders and code specified by @b{eval-when}
 to be evaluated are evaluated.  All evaluations initiated by the
 @i{compiler} take place in the @i{evaluation environment}.
 
 The @i{run-time environment}
-@IGindex{run-time environment}
+@IGindex run-time environment
  is the 
 @i{environment} in which the program being compiled will be executed.
 
@@ -1123,7 +1123,7 @@ and the @i{startup environment} and @i{e
 might be @i{identical}.
 
 The term @i{compile time}
-@IGindex{compile time}
+@IGindex compile time
  refers to the duration of time that
 the compiler is processing @i{source code}.
 At @i{compile time},
@@ -1132,7 +1132,7 @@ and  the @i{evaluation environment}
 are available.
 
 The term @i{compile-time definition}
-@IGindex{compile-time definition}
+@IGindex compile-time definition
  refers to a definition in
 the @i{compilation environment}.
 For example, when compiling a file, 
@@ -1141,18 +1141,18 @@ if it is declared @b{inline}.
 This definition might not be available in the @i{evaluation environment}.
 
 The term @i{run time}
-@IGindex{run time}
+@IGindex run time
  refers to the duration of time that the
 loader is loading compiled code or compiled code is being executed.
 At run time, only the @i{run-time environment} is available.
 
 The term @i{run-time definition}
-@IGindex{run-time definition}
+@IGindex run-time definition
  refers to a definition in the
 @i{run-time environment}.
 
 The term @i{run-time compiler}
-@IGindex{run-time compiler}
+@IGindex run-time compiler
  refers to the @i{function} @b{compile}
 or @i{implicit compilation}, for which the compilation and run-time 
 @i{environments} are maintained in the same @i{Lisp image}.
@@ -1345,26 +1345,26 @@ each @i{implementation}.
 
 @item @t{*}  
 All @i{compiler macro}
-@IGindex{compiler macro}
+@IGindex compiler macro
  calls appearing in the
 @i{source code} being compiled are expanded, if at all, at compile time;
 they will not be expanded at run time.
 
 @item @t{*}  
 All @i{macro}
-@IGindex{macro}
+@IGindex macro
  and 
 @i{symbol macro}
-@IGindex{symbol macro}
+@IGindex symbol macro
  calls
 appearing in the source code being compiled are expanded at compile time
 in such a way that they will not be expanded again at run time.
 @b{macrolet}
-@IRindex{macrolet}
+@IRindex macrolet
 
 and
 @b{symbol-macrolet}
-@IRindex{symbol-macrolet}
+@IRindex symbol-macrolet
 
 are effectively replaced by
 @i{forms} corresponding to their bodies in which calls to 
@@ -1372,15 +1372,15 @@ are effectively replaced by
 
 @item @t{*}  
 The first @i{argument} in a @b{load-time-value}
-@IRindex{load-time-value}
+@IRindex load-time-value
 
 @i{form} 
 in @i{source code} processed by @b{compile}
-@IRindex{compile}
+@IRindex compile
 
 is @i{evaluated} at @i{compile time};
 in @i{source code} processed by @b{compile-file}
-@IRindex{compile-file}
+@IRindex compile-file
 , 
 the compiler arranges for it to be @i{evaluated} at @i{load time}.
 In either case, the result of the @i{evaluation}
@@ -1579,7 +1579,7 @@ is not necessarily the @i{null lexical e
 
 @item 5.  
 If the form is an @b{eval-when}
-@IRindex{eval-when}
+@IRindex eval-when
  form, it is
 handled according to Figure 3--7.
 
@@ -1781,11 +1781,11 @@ by the @i{file compiler}.
 An @i{object} that can be used as a @i{literal} @i{object} 
 in @i{code} to be processed by the @i{file compiler} is called an
 @i{externalizable object}
-@IGindex{externalizable object}
+@IGindex externalizable object
 .
 
 We define that two @i{objects} are @i{similar}
-@IGindex{similar}
+@IGindex similar
  if they satisfy
 a two-place conceptual equivalence predicate (defined below), which is
 independent of the @i{Lisp image} so that the two @i{objects} in
@@ -1800,7 +1800,7 @@ as a @i{literal object}, the @i{loader}
 @i{object}.
 
 The set of @i{objects} that are @i{externalizable objects}
-@IGindex{externalizable object}
+@IGindex externalizable object
  are those
 for which the new conceptual term ``@i{similar}'' is defined, such that
 when a @i{compiled file} is @i{loaded}, an @i{object} can be constructed
@@ -2156,19 +2156,19 @@ See @b{with-compilation-unit}.
 @c including concept-decls
 
 @i{Declarations}
-@IGindex{declaration}
+@IGindex declaration
  provide a way of specifying information for use by
 program processors, such as the evaluator or the compiler.
 
 @i{Local declarations}
-@IGindex{local declaration}
+@IGindex local declaration
 
 can be embedded in executable code using @b{declare}.
 @i{Global declarations}
-@IGindex{global declaration}
+@IGindex global declaration
 , 
 or @i{proclamations}
-@IGindex{proclamation}
+@IGindex proclamation
 ,
 are established by @b{proclaim} or @b{declaim}.
 
@@ -2192,16 +2192,16 @@ or a @i{proclamation}.
 In general, an @i{implementation} is free to ignore
 @i{declaration specifiers} except for the
      @b{declaration}
-@IRindex{declaration}
+@IRindex declaration
 ,
      @b{notinline}
-@IRindex{notinline}
+@IRindex notinline
 ,
      @b{safety}
-@IRindex{safety}
+@IRindex safety
 ,
  and @b{special}
-@IRindex{special}
+@IRindex special
  @i{declaration specifiers}.
 
 A @b{declaration} @i{declaration} must suppress warnings
@@ -2224,7 +2224,7 @@ A @b{special} @i{declaration} must be pr
 @subsection Declaration Specifiers
 
 A @i{declaration specifier}
-@IGindex{declaration specifier}
+@IGindex declaration specifier
  is an @i{expression} that can appear at
 top level of a @b{declare} expression or a @b{declaim} form, or as 
 the argument to @b{proclaim}.
@@ -2237,7 +2237,7 @@ the @i{declaration identifier}.
 
 Figure 3--9 shows a list of all 
 @i{declaration identifiers}
-@IGindex{declaration identifier}
+@IGindex declaration identifier
 
 defined by this standard.
 
@@ -2285,14 +2285,14 @@ do not apply to @i{bindings}.
 A @i{declaration} that appears at the head of a binding @i{form} 
 and applies to a @i{variable} or @i{function} @i{binding} 
 made by that @i{form} is called a @i{bound declaration}
-@IGindex{bound declaration}
+@IGindex bound declaration
 ; 
 such a @i{declaration} affects both the @i{binding} and
 any references within the @i{scope} of the @i{declaration}.  
 
 @i{Declarations} that are not @i{bound declarations} are called
 @i{free declarations}
-@IGindex{free declaration}
+@IGindex free declaration
 .
 
 A @i{free declaration} in a @i{form} F1 that applies to a @i{binding}
@@ -2435,7 +2435,7 @@ and therefore refers to the @i{dynamic b
 @c including concept-bvl
 
 A @i{lambda list}
-@IGindex{lambda list}
+@IGindex lambda list
  is a @i{list} that
 specifies a set of @i{parameters} (sometimes called @i{lambda variables})
 and a protocol for receiving @i{values} for those @i{parameters}.
@@ -2505,7 +2505,7 @@ to @i{lambda lists}.
 @subsection Ordinary Lambda Lists
 
 An @i{ordinary lambda list}
-@IGindex{ordinary lambda list}
+@IGindex ordinary lambda list
  is used to describe how a set of
 @i{arguments} is received by an @i{ordinary} @i{function}.  
 The @i{defined names} in Figure 3--12 are those which use
@@ -2607,7 +2607,7 @@ The other parameters are then processed
 @node Specifiers for optional parameters, A specifier for a rest parameter, Specifiers for the required parameters, Ordinary Lambda Lists
 @subsubsection Specifiers for optional parameters
 
-@IRindex{&optional}
+@IRindex &optional
 
 If @b{&optional} is present,
 the optional parameter specifiers are those following 
@@ -2632,7 +2632,7 @@ an argument had been supplied for the co
 @node A specifier for a rest parameter, Specifiers for keyword parameters, Specifiers for optional parameters, Ordinary Lambda Lists
 @subsubsection A specifier for a rest parameter
 
-@IRindex{&rest}
+@IRindex &rest
 
 @b{&rest}, if present, must be followed by a single @i{rest parameter}
 specifier, which in turn must be followed by another 
@@ -2649,9 +2649,9 @@ The value of a @i{rest parameter}
 is permitted, but not required, to share structure with the
 last argument to @b{apply}.
 
-@IRindex{&key}
+@IRindex &key
 
-@IRindex{&allow-other-keys}
+@IRindex &allow-other-keys
 
 @node Specifiers for keyword parameters, Suppressing Keyword Argument Checking, A specifier for a rest parameter, Ordinary Lambda Lists
 @subsubsection Specifiers for keyword parameters
@@ -2780,7 +2780,7 @@ is @i{false}.
 @node Specifiers for @b{&aux} variables, Examples of Ordinary Lambda Lists, Examples of Suppressing Keyword Argument Checking, Ordinary Lambda Lists
 @subsubsection Specifiers for @b{&aux} variables
 
-@IRindex{&aux}
+@IRindex &aux
 
 These are not really parameters.  If the @i{lambda list keyword}
 @b{&aux} is present, all specifiers after it are auxiliary variable
@@ -2892,7 +2892,7 @@ a @i{true} value causes any extraneous n
 @subsection Generic Function Lambda Lists
 
 A @i{generic function lambda list}
-@IGindex{generic function lambda list}
+@IGindex generic function lambda list
  is used to describe the overall shape of
 the argument list to be accepted by a @i{generic function}.
 Individual @i{method} @i{signatures} might contribute additional 
@@ -2944,7 +2944,7 @@ The use of @b{&aux} is not allowed.
 @subsection Specialized Lambda Lists
 
 A @i{specialized lambda list}
-@IGindex{specialized lambda list}
+@IGindex specialized lambda list
  is used to @i{specialize} a @i{method}
 for a particular @i{signature} and to describe how @i{arguments} matching
 that @i{signature} are received by the @i{method}.  
@@ -2996,7 +2996,7 @@ or @i{object} for which that @i{paramete
 @subsection Macro Lambda Lists
 
 A @i{macro lambda list}
-@IGindex{macro lambda list}
+@IGindex macro lambda list
  is used in describing @i{macros} 
 defined by the @i{operators} in Figure 3--17.
 
@@ -3070,7 +3070,7 @@ just as in an @i{ordinary lambda list}.
 Both may contain default initialization forms and @i{supplied-p parameters}.
 
 @b{&body}
-@IRindex{&body}
+@IRindex &body
 
 is identical in function to @b{&rest},
 but it can be used to inform certain output-formatting 
@@ -3084,7 +3084,7 @@ see @ref{Destructuring by Lambda Lists}.
 for details, see @ref{Destructuring by Lambda Lists}.
 
 @b{&whole}
-@IRindex{&whole}
+@IRindex &whole
 
 is followed by a single variable that is bound to the
 entire macro-call form; this is the value that the @i{macro function}
@@ -3103,7 +3103,7 @@ The use of @b{&whole} does not affect th
      specified.
 
 @b{&environment}
-@IRindex{&environment}
+@IRindex &environment
 
 is followed by a single variable that is bound
 to an @i{environment} representing the @i{lexical environment} in which the
@@ -3310,7 +3310,7 @@ Stands by itself.
 @subsection Destructuring Lambda Lists
 
 A @i{destructuring lambda list}
-@IGindex{destructuring lambda list}
+@IGindex destructuring lambda list
  is used by @b{destructuring-bind}.
 
 @i{Destructuring lambda lists} are closely related to 
@@ -3352,7 +3352,7 @@ A @i{destructuring lambda list} has the
 @subsection Boa Lambda Lists
 
 A @i{boa lambda list}
-@IGindex{boa lambda list}
+@IGindex boa lambda list
  is a @i{lambda list} that is syntactically 
 like an @i{ordinary lambda list}, but that is processed in
 ``@b{b}y @b{o}rder of @b{a}rgument'' style.
@@ -3462,7 +3462,7 @@ might also be used this way.
 @subsection Defsetf Lambda Lists
 
 A @i{defsetf lambda list}
-@IGindex{defsetf lambda list}
+@IGindex defsetf lambda list
  is used by @b{defsetf}.
 
 A @i{defsetf lambda list} has the following syntax:
@@ -3501,7 +3501,7 @@ and that it permits use of @b{&environme
 @subsection Deftype Lambda Lists
 
 A @i{deftype lambda list}
-@IGindex{deftype lambda list}
+@IGindex deftype lambda list
  is used by @b{deftype}.
 
 A @i{deftype lambda list} has the same syntax as a @i{macro lambda list},
@@ -3516,7 +3516,7 @@ for that @i{parameter} is the @i{symbol}
 @subsection Define-modify-macro Lambda Lists
 
 A @i{define-modify-macro lambda list}
-@IGindex{define-modify-macro lambda list}
+@IGindex define-modify-macro lambda list
  is used by 
 @b{define-modify-macro}.
 
@@ -3545,7 +3545,7 @@ which could refer to such @i{bindings}.
 @subsection Define-method-combination Arguments Lambda Lists
 
 A @i{define-method-combination arguments lambda list}
-@IGindex{define-method-combination arguments lambda list}
+@IGindex define-method-combination arguments lambda list
  is used by 
 the @t{:arguments} option to @b{define-method-combination}.
 
@@ -3612,7 +3612,7 @@ is present.
 @subsubsection Safe and Unsafe Calls
 
 A @i{call} is a @i{safe call}
-@IGindex{safe call}
+@IGindex safe call
  if each of the following is
 either @i{safe} @i{code} or @i{system code} (other than
 @i{system code} that results from @i{macro expansion} of 
@@ -3695,7 +3695,7 @@ the point of @i{functional evaluation} o
 @end table
 
 An @i{unsafe call}
-@IGindex{unsafe call}
+@IGindex unsafe call
  is a @i{call} that is not a @i{safe call}.
 
 The informal intent is that the @i{programmer} can rely on a @i{call}
@@ -4289,22 +4289,22 @@ in any @i{function form},
 
 @i{situation}---One of the @i{symbols} 
 		    @t{:compile-toplevel}
-@c @IKindex{compile-toplevel}
+@c @IKindex compile-toplevel
 ,
 		    @t{:load-toplevel}
-@c @IKindex{load-toplevel}
+@c @IKindex load-toplevel
 ,
 		    @t{:execute}
-@c @IKindex{execute}
+@c @IKindex execute
 ,
 		    @b{compile}
-@IRindex{compile}
+@IRindex compile
 ,
 		    @b{load}
-@IRindex{load}
+@IRindex load
 , or
 		    @b{eval}
-@IRindex{eval}
+@IRindex eval
 .
 
 The use of @b{eval}, @b{compile}, and @b{load} is deprecated.
@@ -4530,9 +4530,9 @@ will take place only once when the @i{fi
 the order of evaluation with respect to the evaluation of
 @i{top level forms} in the file is @i{implementation-dependent}.
 
-@ITindex{order of evaluation}
+@ITindex order of evaluation
 
-@ITindex{evaluation order}
+@ITindex evaluation order
 
 If a @b{load-time-value} expression appears within a function compiled
 with @b{compile}, the @i{form} is evaluated at compile time in a
@@ -6571,15 +6571,15 @@ compiler or other program processor.
 
 @t{(optimize @{@i{quality} | (@i{quality} @i{value})@}*)}
 
-@IRindex{compilation-speed}
+@IRindex compilation-speed
 
-@IRindex{debug}
+@IRindex debug
 
-@IRindex{safety}
+@IRindex safety
 
-@IRindex{space}
+@IRindex space
 
-@IRindex{speed}
+@IRindex speed
 
 @subsubheading  Arguments::
 
--- info/chap-4.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-4.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ For more information, see @ref{Generic F
 
 The @i{class} of the @i{class} of an @i{object} 
 is called its @i{metaclass}
-@IGindex{metaclass}
+@IGindex metaclass
 .
 For more information about @i{metaclasses},
 see @ref{Meta-Objects}.
@@ -232,7 +232,7 @@ If a @i{type specifier} is a @i{list}, t
 is a @i{symbol}, and the rest of the @i{list} is subsidiary
 @i{type} information.  Such a @i{type specifier} is called 
 a @i{compound type specifier}
-@IGindex{compound type specifier}
+@IGindex compound type specifier
 .
 Except as explicitly stated otherwise,
 the subsidiary items can be unspecified.
@@ -324,7 +324,7 @@ Defining a structure by using @b{defstru
  or class to be a new @i{type specifier} @i{symbol}.
 @item @t{*}  
 @b{deftype} can be used to define @i{derived type specifiers}
-@IGindex{derived type specifier}
+@IGindex derived type specifier
 ,
  which act as `abbreviations' for other @i{type specifiers}.
 @end table
@@ -440,10 +440,10 @@ especially relevant to understanding the
 @subsection Introduction to Classes
 
 A @i{class}
-@IGindex{class}
+@IGindex class
  is an @i{object} that determines the structure and behavior 
 of a set of other @i{objects}, which are called its @i{instances}
-@IGindex{instance}
+@IGindex instance
 .   
 
 A @i{class} can inherit structure and behavior from other @i{classes}.
@@ -468,21 +468,21 @@ If C= @t{(find-class S)}, we say that C
 
 A @i{class} C_1 is 
 a @i{direct superclass}
-@IGindex{direct superclass}
+@IGindex direct superclass
  of a @i{class} C_2
 if C_2 explicitly designates C_1 
 as a @i{superclass} in its definition.
 In this case C_2 is a @i{direct subclass}
-@IGindex{direct subclass}
+@IGindex direct subclass
  of C_1.
 A @i{class} C_n is a @i{superclass}
-@IGindex{superclass}
+@IGindex superclass
  of 
 a @i{class} C_1 if there exists a series of
 @i{classes} C_2,...,C_@{n-1@} such that 
 C_@{i+1@} is a @i{direct superclass} of C_i for 1 <= i<n.
 In this case, C_1 is a @i{subclass}
-@IGindex{subclass}
+@IGindex subclass
  of C_n.
 A @i{class} is considered neither a @i{superclass} nor a @i{subclass} of itself.
 That is, if C_1 is a @i{superclass} of C_2, 
@@ -491,13 +491,13 @@ The set of @i{classes} consisting of som
 along with all of its @i{superclasses} is called ``C and its superclasses.''
 
 Each @i{class} has a @i{class precedence list}
-@IGindex{class precedence list}
+@IGindex class precedence list
 ,
 which is a total ordering on the set of the given @i{class} and its @i{superclasses}.
 The total ordering is expressed as a list ordered from most specific to least specific.
 The @i{class precedence list} is used in several ways.  In general, more
 specific @i{classes} can @i{shadow}
-@IGindex{shadow}
+@IGindex shadow
 _1 features that would
 otherwise be inherited from less specific @i{classes}.
 The @i{method} selection and combination process uses 
@@ -507,7 +507,7 @@ from most specific to least specific.
 When a @i{class} is defined, the order in which its direct @i{superclasses}
 are mentioned in the defining form is important.  Each @i{class} has a
 @i{local precedence order}
-@IGindex{local precedence order}
+@IGindex local precedence order
 , which is a @i{list} consisting of the
 @i{class} followed by its @i{direct superclasses} in the order mentioned
 in the defining @i{form}.
@@ -541,7 +541,7 @@ systems is discussed in @ref{Integrating
 @i{instances} of @i{classes}. 
 The @i{class} of the @i{class} of an @i{object} is termed
 the @i{metaclass}
-@IGindex{metaclass}
+@IGindex metaclass
  of that @i{object}. When no misinterpretation is
 possible, the term @i{metaclass} is used to refer to a @i{class}
 that has @i{instances} that are themselves @i{classes}. The @i{metaclass}
@@ -606,7 +606,7 @@ The list of the direct @i{superclasses}
 
 @item @t{*}  
 A set of @i{slot specifiers}
-@IGindex{slot specifier}
+@IGindex slot specifier
 .
   Each @i{slot specifier} includes the @i{name} of the @i{slot} 
   and zero or more @i{slot} options.  A @i{slot} option pertains 
@@ -735,11 +735,11 @@ error of @i{type} @b{program-error} is s
 The @b{defclass} form for a @i{class} provides a total ordering
 on that @i{class} and its direct @i{superclasses}.  This ordering is
 called the @i{local precedence order}
-@IGindex{local precedence order}
+@IGindex local precedence order
 .  It is an ordered list of the
 @i{class} and its direct @i{superclasses}. The
 @i{class precedence list}
-@IGindex{class precedence list}
+@IGindex class precedence list
  for a class C is a total ordering on
 C and its @i{superclasses} that is consistent with the
 @i{local precedence orders} for each of C and its @i{superclasses}.
@@ -1518,7 +1518,7 @@ Other @i{functions} might also be of @i{
 @subsubheading  Description::
 
 A @i{generic function}
-@IGindex{generic function}
+@IGindex generic function
  is a @i{function} whose behavior
 depends on the @i{classes} or identities of the @i{arguments}
 supplied to it.  A generic function object contains a set of
--- info/chap-5.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-5.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -24,10 +24,10 @@
 @subsection Overview of Places and Generalized Reference
 
 A @i{generalized reference}
-@IGindex{generalized reference}
+@IGindex generalized reference
  is the use of a @i{form},
 sometimes called a @i{place}
-@IGindex{place}
+@IGindex place
 ,
 as if it were a @i{variable} that could be read and written.
 The @i{value} of a @i{place} is 
@@ -115,9 +115,9 @@ For all @i{places} defined by this speci
 (@i{e.g.}, @b{getf}, @b{ldb}, ...),
 this order of evaluation is left-to-right.
 
-@ITindex{order of evaluation}
+@ITindex order of evaluation
 
-@ITindex{evaluation order}
+@ITindex evaluation order
 
 When a @i{place} is derived from a macro expansion,
 this rule is applied after the macro is expanded to find the appropriate @i{place}. 
@@ -186,9 +186,9 @@ or none of the cases hold in
 @item 4.  
 For @b{assert}, the order of evaluation of the generalized 
 references is not specified.
-@ITindex{order of evaluation}
+@ITindex order of evaluation
 
-@ITindex{evaluation order}
+@ITindex evaluation order
 
 @end table
 
@@ -2568,10 +2568,11 @@ The @i{primary value} of each @i{form} i
 
 @w{@i{pair} ::=var form}
 
+@iftex
 @subsubheading  Pronunciation::
 
-@b{psetq}: pronounced  @tex p\=e'set ,ky\"u 
-@end tex
+@b{psetq}: pronounced p\=e'set ,ky\"u 
+@end iftex
 
 @subsubheading  Arguments and Values::
 
@@ -2724,9 +2725,9 @@ to which a @b{throw} is transferring con
 @t{(throw 'bar @i{form})}.
 
 The order of execution of @b{catch} follows:
-@ITindex{order of evaluation}
+@ITindex order of evaluation
 
-@ITindex{evaluation order}
+@ITindex evaluation order
 
 @table @asis
 
@@ -4559,9 +4560,9 @@ and the @b{unless} @i{form} returns @b{n
 
 @w{@i{clause} ::=normal-clause | otherwise-clause}
 
-@IRindex{otherwise}
+@IRindex otherwise
 
-@IRindex{t}
+@IRindex t
 
 @subsubheading  Arguments and Values::
 
@@ -4732,9 +4733,9 @@ message.
 
 @w{@i{clause} ::=normal-clause | otherwise-clause}
 
-@IRindex{otherwise}
+@IRindex otherwise
 
-@IRindex{t}
+@IRindex t
 
 @subsubheading  Arguments and Values::
 
@@ -5123,9 +5124,9 @@ is defined to always behave in the same
 
 in order that the rules for order of evaluation and side-effects be consistent
 with those used by @b{setf}.
-@ITindex{order of evaluation}
+@ITindex order of evaluation
 
-@ITindex{evaluation order}
+@ITindex evaluation order
 
 See @ref{VALUES Forms as Places}.
 
--- info/chap-6.texi.orig	2003-11-24 09:31:36.000000000 -0700
+++ info/chap-6.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -373,9 +373,9 @@ For more information, see @ref{Miscellan
 @node Order of Execution, Destructuring, Summary of Miscellaneous Clauses, Overview of the Loop Facility
 @subsubsection Order of Execution
 
-@ITindex{order of evaluation}
+@ITindex order of evaluation
 
-@ITindex{evaluation order}
+@ITindex evaluation order
 
   With the exceptions listed below, clauses are executed in the loop body
   in the order in which they appear in the source.  Execution is repeated 
@@ -688,9 +688,9 @@ For example, either ``@t{from x by y}''
 However, because left-to-right order of evaluation is preserved,
 the effects will be different in the case of side effects.
 
-@ITindex{order of evaluation}
+@ITindex order of evaluation
 
-@ITindex{evaluation order}
+@ITindex evaluation order
 
 Consider:
 
--- info/chap-7.texi.orig	2003-12-30 09:50:01.000000000 -0700
+++ info/chap-7.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ The @i{generic function} @b{make-instanc
 @i{instance} of a @i{class}.  The first argument is a @i{class} or
 the @i{name} of a @i{class}, and the remaining arguments form an 
 @i{initialization argument list}
-@IGindex{initialization argument list}
+@IGindex initialization argument list
 .
 
 The initialization of a new @i{instance} consists of several distinct
@@ -295,9 +295,9 @@ used to initialize a @i{slot} only if no
 associated with that @i{slot} is given as an argument to 
 @b{make-instance} or is defaulted by @t{:default-initargs}.
 
-@ITindex{order of evaluation}
+@ITindex order of evaluation
 
-@ITindex{evaluation order}
+@ITindex evaluation order
 
 The order of evaluation of default value @i{forms} for initialization
 arguments and the order of evaluation of @t{:initform} forms are
@@ -386,7 +386,6 @@ The following is an example of the above
    (:default-initargs a 1 b 2))
 @end example
 
-@center 
 @example
 @format
 @group
@@ -1075,7 +1074,7 @@ the @i{method} @i{accesses} the @i{local
 @subsection Introduction to Generic Functions
 
 A @i{generic function}
-@IGindex{generic function}
+@IGindex generic function
  is a function whose behavior depends on
 the @i{classes} or identities of the @i{arguments} supplied to it.
 A @i{generic function} @i{object} 
@@ -1153,7 +1152,7 @@ The only @i{standardized} @i{operator} i
 Some @i{operators} define @i{methods} for a @i{generic function}.
 These @i{operators} will be referred to as
 @i{method-defining operators}
-@IGindex{method-defining operator}
+@IGindex method-defining operator
 ;
 their associated @i{forms} are called @i{method-defining forms}.
 The @i{standardized} @i{method-defining operators} are listed in Figure 7--2.
@@ -1235,7 +1234,7 @@ an error is signaled.  If a @i{method-de
 a @i{lambda list} for that @i{generic function} is derived from the
 @i{lambda list} of the @i{method} in the @i{method-defining form} in such a way
 as to be @i{congruent} with it.  For a discussion of @i{congruence}
-@IGindex{congruence}
+@IGindex congruence
 ,
 see @ref{Congruent Lambda-lists for all Methods of a Generic Function}.
 
@@ -1292,7 +1291,7 @@ selection to determine whether an argume
 
 A method all of whose @i{parameter specializers} are 
 the @i{class} @b{t} is called a @i{default method}
-@IGindex{default method}
+@IGindex default method
 ; it is always applicable but
 may be shadowed by a more specific method.
 
@@ -1475,7 +1474,7 @@ both @t{picture-class} and @t{character-
 When a @i{generic function} is called with particular arguments, it must
 determine the code to execute.  This code is called the 
 @i{effective method}
-@IGindex{effective method}
+@IGindex effective method
  for those @i{arguments}.
 The @i{effective method} is a 
 combination of the @i{applicable methods} in the @i{generic function}
@@ -1573,7 +1572,7 @@ That method can call the next most speci
 method by using the @i{function} @b{call-next-method}.  The method that
 @b{call-next-method} will call is referred to as the 
 @i{next method}
-@IGindex{next method}
+@IGindex next method
 .  The predicate @b{next-method-p} tests whether a next
 method exists.  If @b{call-next-method} is called and there is no
 next most specific method, the generic function @b{no-next-method}
@@ -1608,7 +1607,7 @@ the @b{define-method-combination} @i{mac
 @node Standard Method Combination, Declarative Method Combination, Applying method combination to the sorted list of applicable methods, Method Selection and Combination
 @subsubsection Standard Method Combination
 
-@IRindex{standard}
+@IRindex standard
 
 Standard method combination is supported by the @i{class} @b{standard-generic-function}.
 It is used if no other type of method
@@ -1757,25 +1756,25 @@ other operators that specify generic fun
 
 The names of the built-in  method combination types are listed in Figure 7--3.
 
-@IRindex{+}
+@IRindex +
 
-@IRindex{and}
+@IRindex and
 
-@IRindex{append}
+@IRindex append
 
-@IRindex{list}
+@IRindex list
 
-@IRindex{max}
+@IRindex max
 
-@IRindex{min}
+@IRindex min
 
-@IRindex{nconc}
+@IRindex nconc
 
-@IRindex{or}
+@IRindex or
 
-@IRindex{progn}
+@IRindex progn
 
-@IRindex{standard}
+@IRindex standard
 
 @format
 @group
@@ -3797,29 +3796,26 @@ of an accessor for the @i{instance}.
 
 A @b{with-accessors} expression of the form:
 
-@center 
 @example
 
-@w{@t{(with-accessors} (@r{slot-entry}_1 ...@r{slot-entry}_n) @i{instance-form} @r{form}_1 ...@r{form}_k)}@*
+@center @w{@t{(with-accessors} (@r{slot-entry}_1 ...@r{slot-entry}_n) @i{instance-form} @r{form}_1 ...@r{form}_k)}@*
 @end example
 
 @noindent
 expands into the equivalent of
 
-@center 
 @example
 
-@w{@t{(}@t{let ((}in @i{instance-form}@t{))}}@*
+@center @w{@t{(}@t{let ((}in @i{instance-form}@t{))}}@*
 @w{ @t{(symbol-macrolet (}@r{Q}_1... @r{Q}_n@t{)} @r{form}_1 ...@r{form}_k@t{))}}@*
 @end example
 
 @noindent
 where @r{Q}_i is 
 
-@center
 @example
-@t{(}@r{variable-name}_i () 
-@t{(@r{accessor-name}_i in))}
+@center @t{(}@r{variable-name}_i () 
+@center @t{(@r{accessor-name}_i in))}
 @end example
 
 
@@ -3919,39 +3915,35 @@ of a @i{slot} in the @i{instance}.
 
 A @b{with-slots} expression of the form:
 
-@center 
 @example
 
-@w{@t{(with-slots} (@r{slot-entry}_1 ...@r{slot-entry}_n) @i{instance-form} @r{form}_1 ...@r{form}_k)}@*
+@center @w{@t{(with-slots} (@r{slot-entry}_1 ...@r{slot-entry}_n) @i{instance-form} @r{form}_1 ...@r{form}_k)}@*
 @end example
 
 @noindent
 expands into the equivalent of
 
-@center 
 @example
 
-@w{@t{(}@t{let ((}in @i{instance-form}@t{))}}@*
+@center @w{@t{(}@t{let ((}in @i{instance-form}@t{))}}@*
 @w{ @t{(symbol-macrolet (}@r{Q}_1... @r{Q}_n@t{)} @r{form}_1 ...@r{form}_k@t{))}}@*
 @end example
 
 @noindent
 where @r{Q}_i is 
 
-@center 
 @example
-@t{(}@r{slot-entry}_i () 
-@t{(slot-value }in '@r{slot-entry}_i@t{))}
+@center @t{(}@r{slot-entry}_i () 
+@center @t{(slot-value }in '@r{slot-entry}_i@t{))}
 @end example
 
 @noindent
 if @r{slot-entry}_i is a @i{symbol}
 and is
 
-@center 
 @example
-@t{(}@r{variable-name}_i () 
-@t{(slot-value }in '@r{slot-name}_i@t{))}
+@center @t{(}@r{variable-name}_i () 
+@center @t{(slot-value }in '@r{slot-name}_i@t{))}
 @end example
 
 
@@ -3959,9 +3951,8 @@ and is
 if @r{slot-entry}_i
 is of the form 
 
-@center 
 @example
-@t{(}@r{variable-name}_i 
+@center @t{(}@r{variable-name}_i 
 @r{slot-name}_i@t{)}
 @end example
 
--- info/chap-9.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-9.texi	2013-08-26 15:13:23.000000000 -0600
@@ -212,7 +212,7 @@ implicitly.  Macros such as @b{ccase}, @
 
 A number of the functions in the condition system take arguments which
 are identified as @i{condition designators}
-@IGindex{condition designator}
+@IGindex condition designator
 .
 By convention, those arguments are notated as
 
@@ -275,10 +275,10 @@ If the @t{:report} argument to @b{define
 a print function is defined that is called whenever 
 the defined @i{condition} is printed while the @i{value} of @b{*print-escape*} is @i{false}. 
 This function is called the @i{condition reporter}
-@IGindex{condition reporter}
+@IGindex condition reporter
 ;
 the text which it outputs is called a @i{report message}
-@IGindex{report message}
+@IGindex report message
 .
 
 When a @i{condition} is printed and @b{*print-escape*}
@@ -1095,9 +1095,9 @@ actually fixing the problem).
 
 The order of evaluation of the @i{places} is not specified;
 see @ref{Evaluation of Subforms to Places}.
-@ITindex{order of evaluation}
+@ITindex order of evaluation
 
-@ITindex{evaluation order}
+@ITindex evaluation order
 
 If a @i{place} @i{form} is supplied that produces more values than there
 are store variables, the extra values are ignored. If the supplied 
@@ -3576,7 +3576,8 @@ signaled.
  (defun read-new-value ()
    (format t "Enter a new value: ")
    (multiple-value-list (eval (read))))
-@result{}  READ-NEW-VALUE@page
+@result{}  READ-NEW-VALUE
+@page
  (defun verify-or-fix-perfect-sundae (ice-cream sauce topping)
    (do ()
       ((all-start-with-same-letter ice-cream sauce topping))
@@ -4061,15 +4062,15 @@ where the handler may wish to supply a r
 @node abort (Function), , use-value, Conditions Dictionary
 @subsection abort, continue, muffle-warning, store-value, use-value          [Function]
 
-@IRindex{abort}
+@IRindex abort
 
-@IRindex{continue}
+@IRindex continue
 
-@IRindex{muffle-warning}
+@IRindex muffle-warning
 
-@IRindex{store-value}
+@IRindex store-value
 
-@IRindex{use-value}
+@IRindex use-value
 
 @code{abort}  @i{@r{&optional} condition} 
        @result{}  #<NoValue>
--- info/chap-11.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-11.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -22,11 +22,11 @@
 @subsection Introduction to Packages
 
 A @i{package}
-@IGindex{package}
+@IGindex package
  establishes a mapping from names to @i{symbols}. 
 At any given time, one @i{package} is current.
 The @i{current package}
-@IGindex{current package}
+@IGindex current package
  is the one that is the @i{value} of @b{*package*}.
 When using the @i{Lisp reader},
 it is possible to refer to @i{symbols} in @i{packages} 
@@ -99,14 +99,14 @@ specified by the caller.
 The mappings in a @i{package} are divided into two classes, external and internal.
 The @i{symbols} targeted by these different mappings 
 are called @i{external symbols} and @i{internal symbols}
-@IGindex{internal symbol}
+@IGindex internal symbol
  of the
 @i{package}. Within a @i{package}, a name refers to one
 @i{symbol} or to none; if it does refer
 to a @i{symbol}, then it is either external or internal in that
 @i{package}, but not both.
 @i{External symbols}
-@IGindex{external symbol}
+@IGindex external symbol
 
 are part of the package's public interface to other @i{packages}.
 @i{Symbols} become @i{external symbols} of a given
@@ -127,7 +127,7 @@ However, some of these mappings might be
 itself, while other mappings are inherited from other @i{packages} 
 via @b{use-package}.
 A @i{symbol} is said to be @i{present}
-@IGindex{present}
+@IGindex present
  in a @i{package} 
 if the mapping is in the @i{package} itself and is
 not inherited from somewhere else.
@@ -143,7 +143,7 @@ to refer to an @i{internal symbol} using
 @subsubsection Accessibility of Symbols in a Package
 
 A @i{symbol} becomes @i{accessible}
-@IGindex{accessible}
+@IGindex accessible
  in a @i{package} 
     if that is its @i{home package} when it is created,
  or if it is @i{imported} into that @i{package},
@@ -246,7 +246,7 @@ never signal a name-conflict error.
 do not need to do any name-conflict checking.
 @b{unintern} does name-conflict checking only when a @i{symbol} 
 being @i{uninterned} is a @i{shadowing symbol}
-@IGindex{shadowing symbol}
+@IGindex shadowing symbol
 .
 
 @item --  
@@ -293,7 +293,7 @@ with the @i{same} @i{name} (under @b{str
 from two other @i{packages} can be resolved in
 favor of either @i{symbol} by importing it into the using
 @i{package} and making it a @i{shadowing symbol}
-@IGindex{shadowing symbol}
+@IGindex shadowing symbol
 ,
 just as with @b{use-package}.
 @end table
@@ -335,9 +335,9 @@ is given in Figure 11--2.
 @node The COMMON-LISP Package, Constraints on the COMMON-LISP Package for Conforming Implementations, Standardized Packages, Standardized Packages
 @subsubsection The COMMON-LISP Package
 
-@IPindex{common-lisp}
+@IPindex common-lisp
 
-@IPindex{cl}
+@IPindex cl
 
 The @t{COMMON-LISP} @i{package} contains the primitives of the @r{Common Lisp} system as
 defined by this specification.  Its @i{external} @i{symbols} include
@@ -397,7 +397,7 @@ or a @i{symbol} that is otherwise @i{acc
 @node Constraints on the COMMON-LISP Package for Conforming Programs, Some Exceptions to Constraints on the COMMON-LISP Package for Conforming Programs, Constraints on the COMMON-LISP Package for Conforming Implementations, Standardized Packages
 @subsubsection Constraints on the COMMON-LISP Package for Conforming Programs
 
-@ITindex{redefinition}
+@ITindex redefinition
 
 Except where explicitly allowed, the consequences are undefined if any
 of the following actions are performed on an @i{external symbol} 
@@ -542,9 +542,9 @@ and to declare the @b{ftype} of that @i{
 @node The COMMON-LISP-USER Package, The KEYWORD Package, Some Exceptions to Constraints on the COMMON-LISP Package for Conforming Programs, Standardized Packages
 @subsubsection The COMMON-LISP-USER Package
 
-@IPindex{common-lisp-user}
+@IPindex common-lisp-user
 
-@IPindex{cl-user}
+@IPindex cl-user
 
 The @t{COMMON-LISP-USER} @i{package} is the @i{current package} when 
 a @r{Common Lisp} system starts up.  This @i{package} @i{uses} the @t{COMMON-LISP} @i{package}.
@@ -556,7 +556,7 @@ it can @i{use} other @i{implementation-d
 @node The KEYWORD Package, Interning a Symbol in the KEYWORD Package, The COMMON-LISP-USER Package, Standardized Packages
 @subsubsection The KEYWORD Package
 
-@IPindex{keyword}
+@IPindex keyword
 
 The @t{KEYWORD} @i{package} contains @i{symbols}, called @i{keywords}_1,
 that are typically used as special markers in @i{programs} 
--- info/chap-12.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-12.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -4823,9 +4823,9 @@ in a given @i{place}.
 The order of evaluation, when an @b{ldb} form is supplied
 to @b{setf}, is exactly left-to-right.
 
-@ITindex{order of evaluation}
+@ITindex order of evaluation
 
-@ITindex{evaluation order}
+@ITindex evaluation order
 
 The effect is to perform a @b{dpb} operation
 and then store the result back into the @i{place}.
--- info/chap-13.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-13.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
 @subsection Introduction to Characters
 
 A @i{character}
-@IGindex{character}
+@IGindex character
  is an @i{object} that represents a unitary token 
 (@i{e.g.}, a letter, a special symbol, or a ``control character'')
 in an aggregate quantity of text
@@ -112,7 +112,7 @@ Whether and how the @i{script} or @i{scr
 @subsubsection Character Repertoires
 
 A @i{repertoire}
-@IGindex{repertoire}
+@IGindex repertoire
  is a @i{type specifier} for a @i{subtype} of @i{type} @b{character}.
 
 This term is generally used when describing a collection of @i{characters}
@@ -152,7 +152,7 @@ in some other, @i{implementation-defined
 For any @i{implementation-defined} @i{attribute}
 there is a distinguished value
 called the @i{null}
-@IGindex{null}
+@IGindex null
  value for that @i{attribute}. 
 A @i{character} for which each @i{implementation-defined} @i{attribute}
 has the null value for that @i{attribute} is called a @i{simple} @i{character}.
@@ -198,7 +198,7 @@ which might have been enabled in the @i{
 @subsubsection Graphic Characters
 
 @i{Characters} that are classified as @i{graphic}
-@IGindex{graphic}
+@IGindex graphic
 , or displayable, are each
 associated with a glyph, a visual representation of the @i{character}.
 
@@ -212,7 +212,7 @@ Of the @i{standard characters},
  and all others are @i{graphic}; see @ref{Standard Characters}.
 
 @i{Characters} that are not @i{graphic} are called @i{non-graphic}
-@IGindex{non-graphic}
+@IGindex non-graphic
 .
 
 @i{Non-graphic} @i{characters} are sometimes informally called
--- info/chap-14.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-14.texi	2013-08-26 15:15:58.000000000 -0600
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
 @c including concept-conses
 
 A @i{cons}
-@IGindex{cons}
+@IGindex cons
  is a compound data @i{object} 
 having two components called the @i{car} and the @i{cdr}.
 
@@ -43,13 +43,13 @@ support each of these various views.
 @subsection Conses as Trees
 
 A @i{tree}
-@IGindex{tree}
+@IGindex tree
  is a binary recursive data structure made up of
 @i{conses} and @i{atoms}:
 the @i{conses} are themselves also @i{trees}
 (sometimes called ``subtrees'' or ``branches''), and the @i{atoms}
 are terminal nodes (sometimes called @i{leaves}
-@IGindex{leaves}
+@IGindex leaves
 ). 
 Typically, the @i{leaves} represent data while the branches 
 establish some relationship among that data.
@@ -91,30 +91,30 @@ if that @i{tree} is circular.
 @subsection Conses as Lists
 
 A @i{list}
-@IGindex{list}
+@IGindex list
  is a chain of @i{conses} in which the @i{car} of each
 @i{cons} is an @i{element} of the @i{list}, 
 and the @i{cdr} of each @i{cons} is either the next
 link in the chain or a terminating @i{atom}.  
 
 A @i{proper list}
-@IGindex{proper list}
+@IGindex proper list
  is a @i{list} terminated by the @i{empty list}.
 The @i{empty list} is a @i{proper list}, but is not a @i{cons}.
 
 An @i{improper list}
-@IGindex{improper list}
+@IGindex improper list
  is a @i{list} that is not a @i{proper list};
 that is, it is a @i{circular list} or a @i{dotted list}.
 
 A @i{dotted list}
-@IGindex{dotted list}
+@IGindex dotted list
  is a @i{list} that has a terminating @i{atom}
 that is not the @i{empty list}.  A @i{non-nil} @i{atom} by itself
 is not considered to be a @i{list} of any kind---not even a @i{dotted list}.
 
 A @i{circular list}
-@IGindex{circular list}
+@IGindex circular list
  is a chain of @i{conses} that has no termination 
 because some @i{cons} in the chain is the @i{cdr} of a later @i{cons}.
 
@@ -147,7 +147,7 @@ because some @i{cons} in the chain is th
 @subsubsection Lists as Association Lists
 
 An @i{association list}
-@IGindex{association list}
+@IGindex association list
  is a @i{list} of @i{conses} 
 representing an association of @i{keys} with @i{values}, 
 where the @i{car} of each @i{cons} is the @i{key} 
@@ -269,24 +269,24 @@ if that @i{list} is @i{circular}.
 @subsubheading  Description::
 
 A @i{list}
-@IGindex{list}
+@IGindex list
  is a chain of @i{conses} in which the @i{car} of each
 @i{cons} is an @i{element} of the @i{list}, and the @i{cdr} of
 each @i{cons} is either the next link in the chain or a terminating
 @i{atom}.
 
 A @i{proper list}
-@IGindex{proper list}
+@IGindex proper list
  is a chain of @i{conses} terminated by 
 the @i{empty list}
-@IGindex{empty list}
+@IGindex empty list
 , @t{()}, which is  itself a @i{proper list}.
 A @i{dotted list}
-@IGindex{dotted list}
+@IGindex dotted list
  is a @i{list} which has a terminating @i{atom} 
 that is not the @i{empty list}.
 A @i{circular list}
-@IGindex{circular list}
+@IGindex circular list
  is a chain of @i{conses} that has no termination
 because some @i{cons} in the chain is the @i{cdr} of a later @i{cons}.
 
--- info/chap-15.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-15.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ less than the corresponding @i{array} @i
 @subsubsection Array Dimensions
 
 An axis of an @i{array} is called a @i{dimension}
-@IGindex{dimension}
+@IGindex dimension
 .
 
 Each @i{dimension} is a non-negative 
@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@ but there is a minimum requirement on th
 
 An @i{array} can have any number of @i{dimensions} (including zero).
 The number of @i{dimensions} is called the @i{rank}
-@IGindex{rank}
+@IGindex rank
 .
 
 If the rank of an @i{array} is zero then the @i{array} is said to have
@@ -88,21 +88,21 @@ is then 1; a zero-rank @i{array} therefo
 
 An @i{array} of @i{rank} one (@i{i.e.}, a one-dimensional @i{array})
 is called a @i{vector}
-@IGindex{vector}
+@IGindex vector
 .
 
 @node Fill Pointers, Multidimensional Arrays, Vectors, Array Elements
 @subsubsection Fill Pointers
 
 A @i{fill pointer}
-@IGindex{fill pointer}
+@IGindex fill pointer
  is a non-negative @i{integer} no
 larger than the total number of @i{elements} in a @i{vector}.
 Not all @i{vectors} have @i{fill pointers}.
 See the @i{functions} @b{make-array} and @b{adjust-array}.
 
 An @i{element} of a @i{vector} is said to be @i{active}
-@IGindex{active}
+@IGindex active
  if it has
 an index that is greater than or equal to zero, 
 but less than the @i{fill pointer} (if any).
@@ -175,7 +175,7 @@ creation, @i{access}, and information op
 @subsubsection Array Upgrading
 
 The @i{upgraded array element type}
-@IGindex{upgraded array element type}
+@IGindex upgraded array element type
  of a @i{type} T_1
 is a @i{type} T_2 that is a @i{supertype} of T_1
 and that is used instead of T_1 whenever T_1
@@ -185,11 +185,11 @@ for object creation or type discriminati
 During creation of an @i{array},
 the @i{element type} that was requested 
 is called the @i{expressed array element type}
-@IGindex{expressed array element type}
+@IGindex expressed array element type
 .
 The @i{upgraded array element type} of the @i{expressed array element type}
 becomes the @i{actual array element type}
-@IGindex{actual array element type}
+@IGindex actual array element type
  of the @i{array} that is created.
 
 @i{Type} @i{upgrading} implies a movement upwards in the type hierarchy lattice.
@@ -218,7 +218,7 @@ will @i{upgrade} a given @i{type}.
 @b{character} or a @i{subtype} of @b{character}
 
 are called @i{strings}
-@IGindex{string}
+@IGindex string
 . 
 @i{Strings} are of @i{type} @b{string}.
 Figure 15--2 lists some @i{defined names} related to @i{strings}.
@@ -250,7 +250,7 @@ see instead @ref{Strings}.
 
 @i{Vectors} whose @i{elements} are restricted to @i{type}
 @b{bit} are called @i{bit vectors}
-@IGindex{bit vector}
+@IGindex bit vector
 .
 @i{Bit vectors} are of @i{type} @b{bit-vector}.
 Figure 15--3 lists some @i{defined names} for operations on @i{bit arrays}.
--- info/chap-17.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-17.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
 @c including concept-sequences
 
 A @i{sequence}
-@IGindex{sequence}
+@IGindex sequence
  is an ordered collection of @i{elements},
 implemented as either a @i{vector} or a @i{list}.
 
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ of @i{types} that are @i{subtypes} of @b
 (@i{e.g.}, @b{list}, @b{make-list}, @b{mapcar}, and @b{vector}).
 
 A @i{sequence function}
-@IGindex{sequence function}
+@IGindex sequence function
  is a @i{function} 
    defined by this specification
 or added as an extension by the @i{implementation} 
@@ -131,7 +131,7 @@ is a @i{designator} for a  @i{function}
 of two @i{arguments}, O and Z_i.
 An E_i is said (or, sometimes, an O and an E_i are said)
 to @i{satisfy the test}
-@IGindex{satisfy the test}
+@IGindex satisfy the test
 
 if this @t{:test} @i{function} returns a @i{generalized boolean} representing 
 @i{true}.
@@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ is @i{designator} for a @i{function}
 of two @i{arguments}, O and Z_i.
 An E_i is said (or, sometimes, an O and an E_i are said)
 to @i{satisfy the test}
-@IGindex{satisfy the test}
+@IGindex satisfy the test
 
 if this @t{:test-not} @i{function}
 returns a @i{generalized boolean} representing @i{false}.
@@ -226,7 +226,7 @@ and @i{yielding} an @i{object} Z_i to be
 ends in ``@t{-if}'' accept a first @i{argument} that is a @i{designator} for a 
 @i{function} of one @i{argument}, Z_i.
 An E_i is said to @i{satisfy the test}
-@IGindex{satisfy the test}
+@IGindex satisfy the test
  if this @t{:test} @i{function}
 returns a @i{generalized boolean} representing @i{true}.
 
@@ -234,7 +234,7 @@ returns a @i{generalized boolean} repres
 ends in ``@t{-if-not}'' accept a first @i{argument} that is a @i{designator} for a 
 @i{function} of one @i{argument}, Z_i.
 An E_i is said to @i{satisfy the test}
-@IGindex{satisfy the test}
+@IGindex satisfy the test
  if this @t{:test} @i{function}
 returns a @i{generalized boolean} representing @i{false}.
 
--- info/chap-19.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-19.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ as @i{namestrings} and as @i{pathnames}.
 @subsection Namestrings as Filenames
 
 A @i{namestring}
-@IGindex{namestring}
+@IGindex namestring
  is a @i{string} that represents a @i{filename}.
 
 In general, the syntax of @i{namestrings} involves the use of 
@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ or @b{parse-namestring}.
 @subsection Pathnames as Filenames
 
 @i{Pathnames}
-@IGindex{pathname}
+@IGindex pathname
  are structured @i{objects} that can represent,
 in an @i{implementation-independent} way,
 the @i{filenames} that are used natively by an underlying @i{file system}.
@@ -317,7 +317,7 @@ relating to @i{pathnames} that permit a
 
 For the functions in @i{Figure~19--2},
 a value of @t{:local}
-@c @IKindex{local}
+@c @IKindex local
  for the @t{:case} argument 
 (the default for these functions)
 indicates that the functions should receive and yield @i{strings} in component values
@@ -334,7 +334,7 @@ the @i{strings} will be translated to th
 
 For the functions in @i{Figure~19--2},
 a value of @t{:common}
-@c @IKindex{common}
+@c @IKindex common
  for the @t{:case} argument 
 that these @i{functions} should receive 
 and yield @i{strings} in component values according to the following conventions:
@@ -372,7 +372,7 @@ rather than an actual @b{nil} in some @i
 @subsubsection :WILD as a Component Value
 
 If @t{:wild}
-@c @IKindex{wild}
+@c @IKindex wild
  is the value of a @i{pathname} component,
 that component is considered to be a wildcard, which matches anything.
 
@@ -391,13 +391,13 @@ of a @i{pathname}, the effect is equival
 @t{(:absolute :wild-inferiors)},
 or the same as @t{(:absolute :wild)} in a @i{file system} that does not support
 @t{:wild-inferiors}.
-@c @IKindex{wild-inferiors}
+@c @IKindex wild-inferiors
 
 @node ->UNSPECIFIC as a Component Value, Relation between component values NIL and ->UNSPECIFIC, ->WILD as a Component Value, Interpreting Pathname Component Values
 @subsubsection :UNSPECIFIC as a Component Value
 
 If @t{:unspecific}
-@c @IKindex{unspecific}
+@c @IKindex unspecific
  is the value of a @i{pathname} component,
 the component is considered to be ``absent'' 
 or to ``have no meaning''
@@ -511,10 +511,10 @@ The directory might be a @i{string},
 The directory can be a @i{list} of @i{strings} and @i{symbols}. 
 
 The @i{car} of the @i{list} is one of the symbols @t{:absolute}
-@c @IKindex{absolute}
+@c @IKindex absolute
  or 
 @t{:relative}
-@c @IKindex{relative}
+@c @IKindex relative
 , meaning:
 
 @table @asis
@@ -554,13 +554,13 @@ to a file system for which it does not m
 signals an error of @i{type} @b{file-error}.
 For example, Unix does not support @t{:wild-inferiors} in most implementations.
 
-@c @IKindex{wild}
+@c @IKindex wild
 
-@c @IKindex{wild-inferiors}
+@c @IKindex wild-inferiors
 
-@c @IKindex{up}
+@c @IKindex up
 
-@c @IKindex{back}
+@c @IKindex back
 
 @format
 @group
--- info/chap-20.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-20.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -16,13 +16,13 @@
 This section describes the @r{Common Lisp} interface to file systems.
 The model used by this interface assumes 
      that @i{files}
-@IGindex{file}
+@IGindex file
  are named by @i{filenames}
-@IGindex{filename}
+@IGindex filename
 ,
      that a @i{filename} can be represented by a @i{pathname} @i{object}, 
  and that given a @i{pathname} a @i{stream}
-@IGindex{stream}
+@IGindex stream
  can be constructed 
       that connects to a @i{file} whose @i{filename} it represents.
 
@@ -56,10 +56,10 @@ that are applicable to @i{files} and dir
 @subsection Coercion of Streams to Pathnames
 
 A @i{stream associated with a file}
-@IGindex{stream associated with a file}
+@IGindex stream associated with a file
  is either a @i{file stream}
 or a @i{synonym stream} whose target is a @i{stream associated with a file}
-@IGindex{stream associated with a file}
+@IGindex stream associated with a file
 .
 Such streams can be used as @i{pathname designators}.
 
@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ Even where multiple names are possible,
 for generating a canonical @i{filename} in such situations.  Such a canonical
 @i{filename} (or the @i{pathname} representing such a @i{filename}) is
 called a @i{truename}
-@IGindex{truename}
+@IGindex truename
 .  
 
 The @i{truename} of a @i{file} may differ from other @i{filenames}
--- info/chap-21.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-21.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -24,19 +24,19 @@
 @subsection Introduction to Streams
 
 A @i{stream}
-@IGindex{stream}
+@IGindex stream
  is an @i{object} that can be used with an input or output
 function to identify an appropriate source or sink of @i{characters} or 
 @i{bytes} for that operation.
 A @i{character}
-@IGindex{character}
+@IGindex character
  @i{stream}
-@IGindex{stream}
+@IGindex stream
  is a source or sink of @i{characters}.
 A @i{binary}
-@IGindex{binary}
+@IGindex binary
  @i{stream}
-@IGindex{stream}
+@IGindex stream
  is a source or sink of @i{bytes}.
 
 Some operations may be performed on any kind of @i{stream};
@@ -79,14 +79,14 @@ and @b{read-byte} is only defined for @i
 
 A @i{stream}, whether a @i{character} @i{stream} or a @i{binary} @i{stream},
 can be an @i{input}
-@IGindex{input}
+@IGindex input
  @i{stream}
-@IGindex{stream}
+@IGindex stream
  (source of data),
        an @i{output}
-@IGindex{output}
+@IGindex output
  @i{stream}
-@IGindex{stream}
+@IGindex stream
  (sink for data),
        both, 
     or (@i{e.g.}, when ``@t{:direction :probe}'' is given to @b{open}) neither.
@@ -129,9 +129,9 @@ Figure 21--3 shows @i{operators} relatin
 
 A @i{stream} that is both an @i{input} @i{stream} and an @i{output} @i{stream}
 is called a @i{bidirectional}
-@IGindex{bidirectional}
+@IGindex bidirectional
  @i{stream}
-@IGindex{stream}
+@IGindex stream
 .
 See the @i{functions} @b{input-stream-p} and @b{output-stream-p}.
 
@@ -155,9 +155,9 @@ shows a list of @i{operators} that relat
 @subsubsection Open and Closed Streams
 
 @i{Streams} are either @i{open}
-@IGindex{open}
+@IGindex open
  or @i{closed}
-@IGindex{closed}
+@IGindex closed
 .  
 
 Except as explicitly specified otherwise,
@@ -182,7 +182,7 @@ and for that same @i{stream} once it has
 @subsubsection Interactive Streams
 
 An @i{interactive stream}
-@IGindex{interactive stream}
+@IGindex interactive stream
  is one on which it makes sense to perform
 interactive querying.
 
@@ -223,7 +223,7 @@ so interactive queries to such streams m
 @subsubsection File Streams
 
 Some @i{streams}, called @i{file streams}
-@IGindex{file stream}
+@IGindex file stream
 , provide access to @i{files}.
 An @i{object} of @i{class} @b{file-stream} is used to represent a @i{file stream}.
 
@@ -276,7 +276,7 @@ about these subclasses.
 
 @i{Variables} whose @i{values} must be @i{streams} are sometimes called 
 @i{stream variables}
-@IGindex{stream variable}
+@IGindex stream variable
 .
 
 Certain @i{stream variables} are defined by this specification 
--- info/chap-22.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-22.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ program-readable.
 
 A number of option variables, called
 @i{printer control variables}
-@IGindex{printer control variable}
+@IGindex printer control variable
 ,
 are provided to permit control of individual aspects of the 
 printed representation of @i{objects}.
@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@ is that the @i{Lisp printer} behaves as
 For notational convenience, we say that 
 if the value of either @b{*print-readably*} or @b{*print-escape*} is @i{true}, 
 then @i{printer escaping}
-@IGindex{printer escaping}
+@IGindex printer escaping
  is ``enabled'';
 and we say that
 if the values of both @b{*print-readably*} and @b{*print-escape*} are @i{false}, 
@@ -205,7 +205,7 @@ see @ref{Syntax of an Integer}.
 @node Printing Ratios, Printing Floats, Printing Integers, Default Print-Object Methods
 @subsubsection Printing Ratios
 
-@IRindex{ratio}
+@IRindex ratio
 
 @i{Ratios} are printed as follows:
 the absolute value of the numerator is printed, as for an @i{integer};
@@ -224,7 +224,7 @@ see @ref{Syntax of a Ratio}.
 @node Printing Floats, Printing Complexes, Printing Ratios, Default Print-Object Methods
 @subsubsection Printing Floats
 
-@IRindex{float}
+@IRindex float
 
 If the magnitude of the @i{float} is either zero or between 10^@r{-3} (inclusive)
 and 10^7 (exclusive), it is printed as the integer part of the number,
@@ -263,7 +263,7 @@ see @ref{Syntax of a Float}.
 @node Printing Complexes, Note about Printing Numbers, Printing Floats, Default Print-Object Methods
 @subsubsection Printing Complexes
 
-@IRindex{complex}
+@IRindex complex
 
 A @i{complex} is printed as @t{#C}, an open parenthesis,
 the printed representation of its real part, a space,
@@ -929,7 +929,7 @@ see @ref{Sharpsign Dot}.
 @subsection Pretty Printer Concepts
 
 The facilities provided by the @i{pretty printer}
-@IGindex{pretty printer}
+@IGindex pretty printer
  permit
 @i{programs} to redefine the way in which @i{code} is displayed, 
 and allow the full power of @i{pretty printing} to be applied 
@@ -971,13 +971,13 @@ The actions of the @i{pretty printer} wh
 large to fit in the space available can be precisely controlled.
 Three concepts underlie 
 the way these operations work---@i{logical blocks}
-@IGindex{logical blocks}
+@IGindex logical blocks
 ,
 			        @i{conditional newlines}
-@IGindex{conditional newlines}
+@IGindex conditional newlines
 ,
 			    and @i{sections}
-@IGindex{sections}
+@IGindex sections
 .
 Before proceeding further, it is important to define these terms.
 
@@ -1080,7 +1080,7 @@ The @b{formatter} @i{macro} provides the
 to do that same printing but without losing the textual compactness of @i{format strings}.
 
 A @i{format control}
-@IGindex{format control}
+@IGindex format control
  is either a @i{format string} or a @i{function}
 that was returned by the the @b{formatter} @i{macro}.
 
@@ -1088,7 +1088,7 @@ that was returned by the the @b{formatte
 @subsubsection Pretty Print Dispatch Tables
 
 A @i{pprint dispatch table}
-@IGindex{pprint dispatch table}
+@IGindex pprint dispatch table
  is a mapping from keys to pairs of values.  
 Each key is a @i{type specifier}.  
 The values associated with a key are
@@ -1099,7 +1099,7 @@ of keys being tested by @b{equal}.
 
 When @b{*print-pretty*} is @i{true}, 
 the @i{current pprint dispatch table}
-@IGindex{current pprint dispatch table}
+@IGindex current pprint dispatch table
  (in @b{*print-pprint-dispatch*})
 controls how @i{objects} are printed.
 The information in this table takes precedence over
@@ -1170,7 +1170,7 @@ If the line width available is greater t
 output appears on one line.  If the line width available is reduced to @t{25},
 a line break is inserted at the 
 linear-style conditional newline
-@ITindex{linear-style conditional newline}
+@ITindex linear-style conditional newline
 
 before the
 @i{expression} @t{(* x y)}, producing the output shown.  The
@@ -1197,7 +1197,7 @@ If @b{*print-miser-width*} were greater
 output above would have been as follows, because all indentation changes 
 are ignored in miser mode and line breaks are inserted at 
 miser-style conditional newlines.
-@ITindex{miser-style conditional newline}
+@ITindex miser-style conditional newline
 
 @example
  (DEFUN
@@ -1234,7 +1234,7 @@ be produced no matter whether the list c
 two elements, or (being malformed) has more than two elements.)   
 A space and a 
 fill-style conditional newline
-@ITindex{fill-style conditional newline}
+@ITindex fill-style conditional newline
 
 are placed after
 each pair except the last.  The loop at the end of the topmost
@@ -3698,7 +3698,7 @@ This @i{parameter} is treated as follows
 @item @t{:linear}  
 This specifies a
 ``linear-style'' @i{conditional newline}.
-@ITindex{linear-style conditional newline}
+@ITindex linear-style conditional newline
 
 A line break is inserted 
 if and only if the immediately containing @i{section}
@@ -3710,7 +3710,7 @@ or at none of them.
 @item @t{:miser}  
 This specifies a 
 ``miser-style'' @i{conditional newline}.
-@ITindex{miser-style conditional newline}
+@ITindex miser-style conditional newline
 
 A line break is inserted
 if and only if the immediately containing @i{section}
@@ -3727,7 +3727,7 @@ is less than or equal to
 @item @t{:fill}  
 This specifies a
 ``fill-style'' @i{conditional newline}.
-@ITindex{fill-style conditional newline}
+@ITindex fill-style conditional newline
 
 A line break is inserted if and only if
 either (a) the following @i{section} cannot be printed 
@@ -3746,7 +3746,7 @@ fill-style conditional newlines act like
 @item @t{:mandatory}  
 This specifies a
 ``mandatory-style'' @i{conditional newline}.
-@ITindex{mandatory-style conditional newline}
+@ITindex mandatory-style conditional newline
 
 A line break is always inserted.
 This implies that  none of the containing @i{sections}
@@ -4511,7 +4511,7 @@ The initial @i{value} of @b{*print-radix
 @b{*print-base*} and @b{*print-radix*} control the printing
 of @i{rationals}.
 The @i{value} of @b{*print-base*} is called the @i{current output base}
-@IGindex{current output base}
+@IGindex current output base
 .
 
 The @i{value} of @b{*print-base*} is the @i{radix} in which the printer 
--- info/chap-23.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-23.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -1174,7 +1174,7 @@ Controls the interpretation of tokens by
 @i{integers} or @i{ratios}.  
 
 The @i{value} of @b{*read-base*}, called the @i{current input base}
-@IGindex{current input base}
+@IGindex current input base
 ,
 is the radix in which @i{integers} and
 @i{ratios} are to be read by the @i{Lisp reader}.
--- info/chap-24.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-24.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -24,20 +24,20 @@
 To @b{load} a @i{file} is to treat its contents as @i{code}
 and @i{execute} that @i{code}.
 The @i{file} may contain @i{source code}
-@IGindex{source code}
+@IGindex source code
  or @i{compiled code}
-@IGindex{compiled code}
+@IGindex compiled code
 .
 
 A @i{file} containing @i{source code} is called a @i{source file}
-@IGindex{source file}
+@IGindex source file
 .
 @i{Loading} a @i{source file} is accomplished essentially 
 by sequentially @i{reading}_2 the @i{forms} in the file,
 @i{evaluating} each immediately after it is @i{read}.
 
 A @i{file} containing @i{compiled code} is called a @i{compiled file}
-@IGindex{compiled file}
+@IGindex compiled file
 .
 @i{Loading} a @i{compiled file} is similar to @i{loading} a @i{source file},
 except that the @i{file} does not contain text but rather an
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ is @i{implementation-dependent}.
 @subsection Features
 
 A @i{feature}
-@IGindex{feature}
+@IGindex feature
  is an aspect or attribute
      of @r{Common Lisp}, 
      of the @i{implementation},
@@ -61,12 +61,12 @@ A @i{feature}
 A @i{feature} is identified by a @i{symbol}.
 
 A @i{feature} is said to be @i{present}
-@IGindex{present}
+@IGindex present
  in a @i{Lisp image}
 if and only if the @i{symbol} naming it is an @i{element} of the
 @i{list} held by the @i{variable} @b{*features*}, 
 which is called the @i{features list}
-@IGindex{features list}
+@IGindex features list
 .
 
 @menu
@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ which is called the @i{features list}
 @subsubsection Feature Expressions
 
 Boolean combinations of @i{features}, called @i{feature expressions}
-@IGindex{feature expression}
+@IGindex feature expression
 ,
 are used by the @t{#+} and @t{#-} @i{reader macros} in order to
 direct conditional @i{reading} of @i{expressions} by the @i{Lisp reader}.
--- info/chap-25.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-25.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ Figure 25--4 shows @i{defined names} rel
 @subsubsection Decoded Time
 
 A @i{decoded time}
-@IGindex{decoded time}
+@IGindex decoded time
  is an ordered series of nine values that, taken together,
 represent a point in calendar time (ignoring @i{leap seconds}):
 
@@ -206,7 +206,7 @@ Figure 25--5 shows @i{defined names} rel
 @subsubsection Universal Time
 
 @i{Universal time}
-@IGindex{universal time}
+@IGindex universal time
  is an @i{absolute} @i{time} represented as a
 single non-negative @i{integer}---the number of seconds since
 midnight, January 1, 1900 GMT (ignoring @i{leap seconds}).
@@ -237,7 +237,7 @@ times before the base time of midnight,
 @subsubsection Internal Time
 
 @i{Internal time}
-@IGindex{internal time}
+@IGindex internal time
  represents time as a single @i{integer},
 in terms of an @i{implementation-dependent} unit called an @i{internal time unit}.
 Relative time is measured as a number of these units.
--- info/chap-26.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-26.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{Non-alphabetic}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{()}
+@IGindex ()
 @item @b{()}
  pronounced 'nil , @i{n.}
   an alternative notation for writing the symbol~@b{nil}, used to emphasize
@@ -132,7 +132,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{A}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{absolute}
+@IGindex absolute
 @item @b{absolute}
  @i{adj.}
   1. (of a @i{time})
@@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ transitive verb
      representing a specific position in a directory hierarchy.
   See @i{relative}.
 
-@IGindex{access}
+@IGindex access
 @item @b{access}
  @i{n.}, @i{v.t.}
   1. @i{v.t.} (a @i{place}, or @i{array})
@@ -151,12 +151,12 @@ transitive verb
   2. @i{n.} (of a @i{place})
      an attempt to @i{access}_1 the @i{value} of the @i{place}.
 
-@IGindex{accessibility}
+@IGindex accessibility
 @item @b{accessibility}
  @i{n.}
   the state of being @i{accessible}.
 
-@IGindex{accessible}
+@IGindex accessible
 @item @b{accessible}
  @i{adj.} 
   1. (of an @i{object}) capable of being @i{referenced}.
@@ -169,13 +169,13 @@ transitive verb
      when that @i{package} is current, regardless of whether the
      @i{symbol} is @i{present} in that @i{package} or is @i{inherited}.
 
-@IGindex{accessor}
+@IGindex accessor
 @item @b{accessor}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{operator} that performs an @i{access}.
   See @i{reader} and @i{writer}.
 
-@IGindex{active}
+@IGindex active
 @item @b{active}
  @i{adj.} 
   1. (of a @i{handler}, a @i{restart}, or a @i{catch tag})
@@ -186,19 +186,19 @@ transitive verb
      For an @i{array} that has no @i{fill pointer},
      all @i{elements} are considered @i{active}.
 
-@IGindex{actual adjustability}
+@IGindex actual adjustability
 @item @b{actual adjustability}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{array})
   a @i{generalized boolean} that is associated with the @i{array}, 
   representing whether the @i{array} is @i{actually adjustable}.
   See also @i{expressed adjustability} and @b{adjustable-array-p}.
 
-@IGindex{actual argument}
+@IGindex actual argument
 @item @b{actual argument}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   an @i{argument}.
 
-@IGindex{actual array element type}
+@IGindex actual array element type
 @item @b{actual array element type}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{array})
   the @i{type} for which the @i{array} is actually specialized,
@@ -206,19 +206,19 @@ transitive verb
   the @i{expressed array element type} of the @i{array}.
   See the @i{function} @b{array-element-type}.
 
-@IGindex{actual complex part type}
+@IGindex actual complex part type
 @item @b{actual complex part type}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{complex})
   the @i{type} in which the real and imaginary parts of the @i{complex}
   are actually represented, which is the @i{upgraded complex part type} of the
   @i{expressed complex part type} of the @i{complex}.
 
-@IGindex{actual parameter}
+@IGindex actual parameter
 @item @b{actual parameter}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   an @i{argument}.
 
-@IGindex{actually adjustable}
+@IGindex actually adjustable
 @item @b{actually adjustable}
  @i{adj.} (of an @i{array})
   such that @b{adjust-array} can adjust its characteristics
@@ -228,29 +228,29 @@ transitive verb
   only if either that @i{array} is known to have been @i{expressly adjustable}
   or if that @i{array} has been explicitly tested by @b{adjustable-array-p}.
 
-@IGindex{adjustability}
+@IGindex adjustability
 @item @b{adjustability}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{array})
   1. @i{expressed adjustability}.
   2. @i{actual adjustability}.
 
-@IGindex{adjustable}
+@IGindex adjustable
 @item @b{adjustable}
  @i{adj.} (of an @i{array})
   1. @i{expressly adjustable}.
   2. @i{actually adjustable}.
 
-@IGindex{after method}
+@IGindex after method
 @item @b{after method}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{method} having the @i{qualifier} @t{:after}.
 
-@IGindex{alist}
+@IGindex alist
 @item @b{alist}
  pronounced '\=a ,list , @i{n.} 
   an @i{association list}.
 
-@IGindex{alphabetic}
+@IGindex alphabetic
 @item @b{alphabetic}
  @i{n.}, @i{adj.}
   1. @i{adj.} (of a @i{character})
@@ -268,25 +268,25 @@ transitive verb
 	  and that has the @i{constituent trait} @i{alphabetic}_@{2a@}.
 	See @i{Figure~2--8}.
 
-@IGindex{alphanumeric}
+@IGindex alphanumeric
 @item @b{alphanumeric}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{character})
   being either an @i{alphabetic}_1 @i{character}
             or a @i{numeric} @i{character}.
 
-@IGindex{ampersand}
+@IGindex ampersand
 @item @b{ampersand}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is called ``ampersand'' (@t{&}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{anonymous}
+@IGindex anonymous
 @item @b{anonymous}
  @i{adj.} 
   1. (of a @i{class} or @i{function}) having no @i{name}
   2. (of a @i{restart}) having a @i{name} of @b{nil}.
 
-@IGindex{apparently uninterned}
+@IGindex apparently uninterned
 @item @b{apparently uninterned}
  @i{adj.} 
   having a @i{home package} of @b{nil}.  (An @i{apparently uninterned} @i{symbol} 
@@ -295,20 +295,20 @@ transitive verb
   from their @i{home package} also have a @i{home package} of @b{nil},
   even though they might still be @i{interned} in some other @i{package}.)
 
-@IGindex{applicable}
+@IGindex applicable
 @item @b{applicable}
  @i{adj.}
   1. (of a @i{handler}) being an @i{applicable handler}.
   2. (of a @i{method}) being an @i{applicable method}.
   3. (of a @i{restart}) being an @i{applicable restart}.
 
-@IGindex{applicable handler}
+@IGindex applicable handler
 @item @b{applicable handler}
  @i{n.} (for a @i{condition} being @i{signaled})
   an @i{active} @i{handler} for which the associated type contains the
   @i{condition}.
 
-@IGindex{applicable method}
+@IGindex applicable method
 @item @b{applicable method}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{generic function}
 				     called with @i{arguments})
@@ -317,7 +317,7 @@ transitive verb
   of that @i{method}.
   See @ref{Selecting the Applicable Methods}.
 
-@IGindex{applicable restart}
+@IGindex applicable restart
 @item @b{applicable restart}
  @i{n.}
   1. (for a @i{condition})
@@ -327,7 +327,7 @@ transitive verb
      an @i{active} @i{handler} for which the associated test returns 
      @i{true} when given @b{nil} as an argument.
 
-@IGindex{apply}
+@IGindex apply
 @item @b{apply}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{function} to a @i{list})
   to @i{call} the @i{function} with arguments that are the @i{elements}
@@ -335,7 +335,7 @@ transitive verb
   ``Applying the function @b{+} to a list of integers returns
 	    the sum of the elements of that list.''
 
-@IGindex{argument}
+@IGindex argument
 @item @b{argument}
  @i{n.}
   1. (of a @i{function}) an @i{object} which is offered as data
@@ -343,31 +343,31 @@ transitive verb
 
   2. (of a @i{format control}) a @i{format argument}.
 
-@IGindex{argument evaluation order}
+@IGindex argument evaluation order
 @item @b{argument evaluation order}
  @i{n.} 
   the order in which @i{arguments} are evaluated in a function call.
   ``The argument evaluation order for Common Lisp is left to right.''
   See @ref{Evaluation}.
 
-@IGindex{argument precedence order}
+@IGindex argument precedence order
 @item @b{argument precedence order}
  @i{n.}
   the order in which the @i{arguments} to a @i{generic function} are
   considered when sorting the @i{applicable methods} into precedence order.
 
-@IGindex{around method}
+@IGindex around method
 @item @b{around method}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{method} having the @i{qualifier} @t{:around}.
 
-@IGindex{array}
+@IGindex array
 @item @b{array}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{array}, which serves as a container for other
   @i{objects} arranged in a Cartesian coordinate system.
 
-@IGindex{array element type}
+@IGindex array element type
 @item @b{array element type}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{array})
   1. a @i{type} associated with the @i{array}, 
@@ -376,21 +376,21 @@ transitive verb
   2. the @i{actual array element type} of the @i{array}.
   3. the @i{expressed array element type} of the @i{array}.
 
-@IGindex{array total size}
+@IGindex array total size
 @item @b{array total size}
  @i{n.} 
   the total number of @i{elements} in an @i{array}, computed by taking 
   the product of the @i{dimensions} of the @i{array}.
   (The size of a zero-dimensional @i{array} is therefore one.)
 
-@IGindex{assign}
+@IGindex assign
 @item @b{assign}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{variable})
   to change the @i{value} of the @i{variable} in a @i{binding}
   that has already been @i{established}.
   See the @i{special operator} @b{setq}.
 
-@IGindex{association list}
+@IGindex association list
 @item @b{association list}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{list} of @i{conses} representing an association 
@@ -398,7 +398,7 @@ transitive verb
   @i{cons} is the @i{key} and the @i{cdr} is the
   @i{value} associated with that @i{key}.
 
-@IGindex{asterisk}
+@IGindex asterisk
 @item @b{asterisk}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is variously called
@@ -406,7 +406,7 @@ transitive verb
    or ``star'' (@t{*}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{at-sign}
+@IGindex at-sign
 @item @b{at-sign}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is variously called
@@ -414,26 +414,26 @@ transitive verb
   or ``at sign'' (@t{@@}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{atom}
+@IGindex atom
 @item @b{atom}
  @i{n.}
   any @i{object} that is not a @i{cons}.
   ``A vector is an atom.''
 
-@IGindex{atomic}
+@IGindex atomic
 @item @b{atomic}
  @i{adj.} 
   being an @i{atom}.
   ``The number 3, the symbol @t{foo}, and @b{nil} are atomic.''
 
-@IGindex{atomic type specifier}
+@IGindex atomic type specifier
 @item @b{atomic type specifier}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{type specifier} that is @i{atomic}.
   For every @i{atomic type specifier}, @i{x}, there is an equivalent
   @i{compound type specifier} with no arguments supplied, @t{(@i{x})}.
 
-@IGindex{attribute}
+@IGindex attribute
 @item @b{attribute}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{character})
   a program-visible aspect of the @i{character}.
@@ -445,7 +445,7 @@ transitive verb
             might make font information an attribute of a character,
             while others might represent font information separately from characters.''
 
-@IGindex{aux variable}
+@IGindex aux variable
 @item @b{aux variable}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{variable} that occurs in the part of a @i{lambda list}
@@ -453,7 +453,7 @@ transitive verb
   introduced by a @i{lambda-list}, @i{aux variables} are not 
   @i{parameters}.
 
-@IGindex{auxiliary method}
+@IGindex auxiliary method
 @item @b{auxiliary method}
  @i{n.}
   a member of one of two sets of @i{methods} 
@@ -467,7 +467,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{B}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{backquote}
+@IGindex backquote
 @item @b{backquote}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is variously called
@@ -475,7 +475,7 @@ transitive verb
     or ``backquote'' (@t{`}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{backslash}
+@IGindex backslash
 @item @b{backslash}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is variously called
@@ -483,29 +483,29 @@ transitive verb
     or ``backslash'' (@t{\}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{base character}
+@IGindex base character
 @item @b{base character}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{character}
 
   of @i{type} @b{base-char}.
 
-@IGindex{base string}
+@IGindex base string
 @item @b{base string}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{string} of @i{type} @b{base-string}.
 
-@IGindex{before method}
+@IGindex before method
 @item @b{before method}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{method} having the @i{qualifier} @t{:before}.
 
-@IGindex{bidirectional}
+@IGindex bidirectional
 @item @b{bidirectional}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{stream})
   being both an @i{input} @i{stream} and an @i{output} @i{stream}.
 
-@IGindex{binary}
+@IGindex binary
 @item @b{binary}
  @i{adj.} 
   1. (of a @i{stream})
@@ -520,12 +520,12 @@ transitive verb
       of the @i{file}, or whether any given @i{character} @i{file} can be
       treated as a @i{binary} @i{file}.)
 
-@IGindex{bind}
+@IGindex bind
 @item @b{bind}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{variable})
   to establish a @i{binding} for the @i{variable}.
 
-@IGindex{binding}
+@IGindex binding
 @item @b{binding}
  @i{n.} 
   an association between a @i{name} and that which the @i{name} 
@@ -533,25 +533,25 @@ transitive verb
   ``A lexical binding is a lexical association between a 
             name and its value.''
 
-@IGindex{bit}
+@IGindex bit
 @item @b{bit}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{bit}; 
   that is, the @i{integer} @t{0} or the @i{integer} @t{1}.
 
-@IGindex{bit array}
+@IGindex bit array
 @item @b{bit array}
  @i{n.}
   a specialized @i{array} that is of @i{type} @t{(array bit)},
   and whose elements are of @i{type} @b{bit}.
 
-@IGindex{bit vector}
+@IGindex bit vector
 @item @b{bit vector}
  @i{n.} 
   a specialized @i{vector} that is of @i{type} @b{bit-vector},
   and whose elements are of @i{type} @b{bit}.
 
-@IGindex{bit-wise logical operation specifier}
+@IGindex bit-wise logical operation specifier
 @item @b{bit-wise logical operation specifier}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} which names one of the sixteen possible bit-wise logical
@@ -567,7 +567,7 @@ transitive verb
   @b{boole-andc1},   @b{boole-andc2},
   @b{boole-orc1}, or @b{boole-orc2}.
 
-@IGindex{block}
+@IGindex block
 @item @b{block}
  @i{n.}
   a named lexical @i{exit point}, 
@@ -577,7 +577,7 @@ transitive verb
   to which control and values may be transfered by 
   using a @b{return-from} @i{form} with the name of the @i{block}.
 
-@IGindex{block tag}
+@IGindex block tag
 @item @b{block tag}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{symbol} that, within the @i{lexical scope} 
@@ -585,14 +585,14 @@ transitive verb
   @i{established} by that @b{block} @i{form}.
   See @b{return} or @b{return-from}.
 
-@IGindex{boa lambda list}
+@IGindex boa lambda list
 @item @b{boa lambda list}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{lambda list} that is syntactically like an @i{ordinary lambda list},
   but that is processed in ``@b{b}y @b{o}rder of @b{a}rgument'' style.
   See @ref{Boa Lambda Lists}.
 
-@IGindex{body parameter}
+@IGindex body parameter
 @item @b{body parameter}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{parameter} available in certain @i{lambda lists}
@@ -605,7 +605,7 @@ transitive verb
   slightly differently than @i{forms} for @i{operators} which were 
   defined using @i{rest parameters}.)
 
-@IGindex{boolean}
+@IGindex boolean
 @item @b{boolean}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{boolean};
@@ -614,13 +614,13 @@ transitive verb
     or the symbol~@b{nil} (representing @i{false}).
   See @i{generalized boolean}.
 
-@IGindex{boolean equivalent}
+@IGindex boolean equivalent
 @item @b{boolean equivalent}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{object} O_1)
   any @i{object} O_2 that has the same truth value as O_1
   when both O_1 and O_2 are viewed as @i{generalized booleans}.
 
-@IGindex{bound}
+@IGindex bound
 @item @b{bound}
  @i{adj.}, @i{v.t.} 
   1. @i{adj.} having an associated denotation in a @i{binding}.
@@ -633,7 +633,7 @@ transitive verb
                the @b{princ} function.''
   3. @i{v.t.} the past tense of @i{bind}.
 
-@IGindex{bound declaration}
+@IGindex bound declaration
 @item @b{bound declaration}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{declaration} that refers to or is associated with a @i{variable}
@@ -649,7 +649,7 @@ transitive verb
    the @i{declaration} is what the @i{scope} of the 
    @i{binding} would have been if it were lexical rather than dynamic.)
 
-@IGindex{bounded}
+@IGindex bounded
 @item @b{bounded}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{sequence} S,
 			      by an ordered pair
@@ -658,7 +658,7 @@ transitive verb
   beginning with (and including) the one indexed by i_@{start@} and
   continuing up to (but not including) the one indexed by i_@{end@}.
 
-@IGindex{bounding index}
+@IGindex bounding index
 @item @b{bounding index}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{sequence} with @i{length} n)
   either of a conceptual pair of @i{integers}, i_@{start@} and i_@{end@},
@@ -666,7 +666,7 @@ transitive verb
   such that 0 <= i_@{start@} <= i_@{end@} <= n, and which therefore delimit
   a subrange of the @i{sequence} @i{bounded} by i_@{start@} and i_@{end@}.
 
-@IGindex{bounding index designator}
+@IGindex bounding index designator
 @item @b{bounding index designator}
  (for a @i{sequence})
   one of two @i{objects} that, taken together as an ordered pair, 
@@ -677,7 +677,7 @@ transitive verb
        (denoting the @i{length} of the @i{sequence}),
    or two @i{integers} (each denoting themselves).
 
-@IGindex{break loop}
+@IGindex break loop
 @item @b{break loop}
  @i{n.}
   A variant of the normal @i{Lisp read-eval-print loop} that is recursively
@@ -686,22 +686,22 @@ transitive verb
   provides the ability to exit in such a way as to continue the suspended computation.
   See the @i{function} @b{break}.
 
-@IGindex{broadcast stream}
+@IGindex broadcast stream
 @item @b{broadcast stream}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{output} @i{stream} of @i{type} @b{broadcast-stream}.
 
-@IGindex{built-in class}
+@IGindex built-in class
 @item @b{built-in class}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{class} that is a @i{generalized instance} of @i{class} @b{built-in-class}.
 
-@IGindex{built-in type}
+@IGindex built-in type
 @item @b{built-in type}
  @i{n.}
    one of the @i{types} in @i{Figure~4--2}.
 
-@IGindex{byte}
+@IGindex byte
 @item @b{byte}
  @i{n.}
   1. adjacent bits within an @i{integer}.
@@ -711,7 +711,7 @@ transitive verb
      (The specific range can vary from point to point in the program;
       see the @i{functions} @b{open} and @b{write-byte}.)
 
-@IGindex{byte specifier}
+@IGindex byte specifier
 @item @b{byte specifier}
  @i{n.}
   An @i{object} of @i{implementation-dependent} nature 
@@ -723,12 +723,12 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{C}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{cadr}
+@IGindex cadr
 @item @b{cadr}
  pronounced 'ka ,de r , @i{n.} (of an @i{object})
   the @i{car} of the @i{cdr} of that @i{object}.
 
-@IGindex{call}
+@IGindex call
 @item @b{call}
  @i{v.t.}, @i{n.} 
   1. @i{v.t.} (a @i{function} with @i{arguments})
@@ -740,7 +740,7 @@ transitive verb
                @t{5} and @t{1} yields a value of @t{6}.''
   2. @i{n.} a @i{situation} in which a @i{function} is called.
 
-@IGindex{captured initialization form}
+@IGindex captured initialization form
 @item @b{captured initialization form}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{initialization form} along with the @i{lexical environment}
@@ -750,7 +750,7 @@ transitive verb
             the captured initialization form for the slot that was specified
             in the @b{defclass} form for the new class.''
 
-@IGindex{car}
+@IGindex car
 @item @b{car}
  @i{n.}
   1. a. (of a @i{cons}) 
@@ -764,7 +764,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. the @i{object} that is held in the @i{car}_1.
      ``The function @b{car} returns the car of a cons.''
 
-@IGindex{case}
+@IGindex case
 @item @b{case}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{character})
   the property of being either @i{uppercase} or @i{lowercase}.
@@ -773,13 +773,13 @@ transitive verb
 	    but the character @t{#\$} has no case.''
   See @ref{Characters With Case} and the @i{function} @b{both-case-p}.
 
-@IGindex{case sensitivity mode}
+@IGindex case sensitivity mode
 @item @b{case sensitivity mode}
  @i{n.}
   one of the @i{symbols}
   @t{:upcase}, @t{:downcase}, @t{:preserve}, or @t{:invert}.
 
-@IGindex{catch}
+@IGindex catch
 @item @b{catch}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{exit point} which is @i{established} by a @b{catch}
@@ -787,7 +787,7 @@ transitive verb
   which is named by a @i{catch tag},
   and to which control and @i{values} may be @i{thrown}.
 
-@IGindex{catch tag}
+@IGindex catch tag
 @item @b{catch tag}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} which names an @i{active} @i{catch}.
@@ -795,14 +795,14 @@ transitive verb
    it is only possible to @i{throw} to the innermost such @i{catch}
    because the outer one is @i{shadowed}_2.)
 
-@IGindex{cddr}
+@IGindex cddr
 @item @b{cddr}
  pronounced 'kud e ,de r  or
 	      pronounced 'ke ,dude r , @i{n.} 
 	      (of an @i{object})
   the @i{cdr} of the @i{cdr} of that @i{object}.
 
-@IGindex{cdr}
+@IGindex cdr
 @item @b{cdr}
  pronounced 'ku ,de r , @i{n.} 
   1. a. (of a @i{cons}) 
@@ -816,7 +816,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. the @i{object} that is held in the @i{cdr}_1.
      ``The function @b{cdr} returns the cdr of a cons.''
 
-@IGindex{cell}
+@IGindex cell
 @item @b{cell}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} (of an @i{object})
   a conceptual @i{slot} of that @i{object}.
@@ -824,7 +824,7 @@ transitive verb
   of a @i{symbol} are sometimes referred to as its @i{value cell}
   and @i{function cell}, respectively.
 
-@IGindex{character}
+@IGindex character
 @item @b{character}
  @i{n.}, @i{adj.}
   1. @i{n.} an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{character}; that is,
@@ -842,14 +842,14 @@ transitive verb
          of the @i{file}, or whether any given @i{binary} @i{file} can be
          treated as a @i{character} @i{file}.)
 
-@IGindex{character code}
+@IGindex character code
 @item @b{character code}
  @i{n.}
   1. one of possibly several @i{attributes} of a @i{character}.
   2. a non-negative @i{integer} less than the @i{value} of @b{char-code-limit}
      that is suitable for use as a @i{character code}_1.
 
-@IGindex{character designator}
+@IGindex character designator
 @item @b{character designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{character}; that is,
@@ -860,7 +860,7 @@ transitive verb
 
     or a @i{character} (denoting itself).
 
-@IGindex{circular}
+@IGindex circular
 @item @b{circular}
  @i{adj.}
   1. (of a @i{list}) a @i{circular list}.
@@ -869,13 +869,13 @@ transitive verb
      or @i{subexpression} (as appropriate to the context) 
      that is the @i{object} itself.
 
-@IGindex{circular list}
+@IGindex circular list
 @item @b{circular list}
  @i{n.} 
   a chain of @i{conses} that has no termination because some
  @i{cons} in the chain is the @i{cdr} of a later @i{cons}.
 
-@IGindex{class}
+@IGindex class
 @item @b{class}
  @i{n.}
   1. an @i{object} that uniquely determines the structure and behavior of 
@@ -899,7 +899,7 @@ transitive verb
       ``its @i{class} is the @i{class} named @t{foo}''---in both
       cases, a @i{class} @i{object} (not a @i{symbol}) is denoted.)
 
-@IGindex{class designator}
+@IGindex class designator
 @item @b{class designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{class}; that is,
@@ -909,7 +909,7 @@ transitive verb
 		        see the @i{function} @b{find-class})
     or a @i{class} (denoting itself).
 
-@IGindex{class precedence list}
+@IGindex class precedence list
 @item @b{class precedence list}
  @i{n.}
   a unique total ordering on a @i{class}
@@ -918,7 +918,7 @@ transitive verb
   @i{superclasses}.
   For detailed information, see @ref{Determining the Class Precedence List}.
 
-@IGindex{close}
+@IGindex close
 @item @b{close}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{stream})
   to terminate usage of the @i{stream} as a source or sink of data,
@@ -926,7 +926,7 @@ transitive verb
   and to free any external resources which might have been locked by the
  @i{stream} when it was opened.
 
-@IGindex{closed}
+@IGindex closed
 @item @b{closed}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{stream})
   having been @i{closed} (see @i{close}).
@@ -934,12 +934,12 @@ transitive verb
   are not valid on @i{closed} @i{streams}.
   See @ref{File Operations on Open and Closed Streams}.
 
-@IGindex{closure}
+@IGindex closure
 @item @b{closure}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{lexical closure}.
 
-@IGindex{coalesce}
+@IGindex coalesce
 @item @b{coalesce}
  @i{v.t.} (@i{literal objects} that are @i{similar})
   to consolidate the identity of those @i{objects},
@@ -947,7 +947,7 @@ transitive verb
   @i{object}.
   See @ref{Compiler Terminology}.
 
-@IGindex{code}
+@IGindex code
 @item @b{code}
  @i{n.}
   1. @i{Trad.} 
@@ -963,7 +963,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. (of a @i{character})
      a @i{character code}.
 
-@IGindex{coerce}
+@IGindex coerce
 @item @b{coerce}
  @i{v.t.} (an @i{object} to a @i{type})
   to produce an @i{object} from the given @i{object},
@@ -976,24 +976,24 @@ transitive verb
   the result is a @i{rational} 
   rather than a @i{complex}---see @ref{Rule of Canonical Representation for Complex Rationals}.
 
-@IGindex{colon}
+@IGindex colon
 @item @b{colon}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is called ``colon'' (@t{:}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{comma}
+@IGindex comma
 @item @b{comma}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is called ``comma'' (@t{,}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{compilation}
+@IGindex compilation
 @item @b{compilation}
  @i{n.}
   the process of @i{compiling} @i{code} by the @i{compiler}.
 
-@IGindex{compilation environment}
+@IGindex compilation environment
 @item @b{compilation environment}
  @i{n.} 
   1. An @i{environment} that represents information known by the
@@ -1005,13 +1005,13 @@ transitive verb
      (which supplies a @i{value} for any @b{&environment} @i{parameter}
       in the @i{macro function}'s definition).
 
-@IGindex{compilation unit}
+@IGindex compilation unit
 @item @b{compilation unit}
  @i{n.}
   an interval during which a single unit of compilation is occurring.
   See the @i{macro} @b{with-compilation-unit}.
 
-@IGindex{compile}
+@IGindex compile
 @item @b{compile}
  @i{v.t.} 
   1. (@i{code})
@@ -1028,31 +1028,31 @@ transitive verb
      to produce a @i{compiled file} from a @i{source file}.
      See the @i{function} @b{compile-file}.
 
-@IGindex{compile time}
+@IGindex compile time
 @item @b{compile time}
  @i{n.} 
   the duration of time that the @i{compiler} is processing @i{source code}.
 
-@IGindex{compile-time definition}
+@IGindex compile-time definition
 @item @b{compile-time definition}
  @i{n.}
   a definition in the @i{compilation environment}.
 
-@IGindex{compiled code}
+@IGindex compiled code
 @item @b{compiled code}
  @i{n.}
   1. @i{compiled functions}.
   2. @i{code} that represents @i{compiled functions},
      such as the contents of a @i{compiled file}.
 
-@IGindex{compiled file}
+@IGindex compiled file
 @item @b{compiled file}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{file} which represents the results of @i{compiling} the 
   @i{forms} which appeared in a corresponding @i{source file},
   and which can be @i{loaded}.  See the @i{function} @b{compile-file}.
 
-@IGindex{compiled function}
+@IGindex compiled function
 @item @b{compiled function}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{compiled-function}, which is a @i{function}
@@ -1060,7 +1060,7 @@ transitive verb
   must be expanded at run time, and which contains no unresolved references 
   to @i{load time values}.
 
-@IGindex{compiler}
+@IGindex compiler
 @item @b{compiler}
  @i{n.}
   a facility that is part of Lisp and that translates @i{code}
@@ -1069,7 +1069,7 @@ transitive verb
   The functions @b{compile} and @b{compile-file}
   permit programs to invoke the @i{compiler}.
 
-@IGindex{compiler macro}
+@IGindex compiler macro
 @item @b{compiler macro}
  @i{n.}
   an auxiliary macro definition for a globally defined @i{function}
@@ -1081,14 +1081,14 @@ transitive verb
   provides an alternate implementation strategy for some existing syntax
   or functionality.)
 
-@IGindex{compiler macro expansion}
+@IGindex compiler macro expansion
 @item @b{compiler macro expansion}
  @i{n.}
   1. the process of translating a @i{form} into another @i{form}
      by a @i{compiler macro}.
   2. the @i{form} resulting from this process.
 
-@IGindex{compiler macro form}
+@IGindex compiler macro form
 @item @b{compiler macro form}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{function form} or @i{macro form} whose @i{operator}
@@ -1097,7 +1097,7 @@ transitive verb
   @b{function} @i{form} whose @i{argument} is the @i{name}
   of a @i{function} that has a definition as a @i{compiler macro}.
 
-@IGindex{compiler macro function}
+@IGindex compiler macro function
 @item @b{compiler macro function}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{function} of two arguments, a @i{form} and an 
@@ -1106,12 +1106,12 @@ transitive verb
   argument @i{form} or else @b{nil}, indicating that the original @i{form}
   should not be replaced.  See @ref{Compiler Macros}.
 
-@IGindex{complex}
+@IGindex complex
 @item @b{complex}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{complex}.
 
-@IGindex{complex float}
+@IGindex complex float
 @item @b{complex float}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{complex} which has a @i{complex part type}
@@ -1119,7 +1119,7 @@ transitive verb
   A @i{complex float} is a @i{complex},
   but it is not a @i{float}.
 
-@IGindex{complex part type}
+@IGindex complex part type
 @item @b{complex part type}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{complex})
   1. the @i{type} which is used to represent both the real part 
@@ -1127,7 +1127,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. the @i{actual complex part type} of the @i{complex}.
   3. the @i{expressed complex part type} of the @i{complex}.
 
-@IGindex{complex rational}
+@IGindex complex rational
 @item @b{complex rational}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{complex} which has a @i{complex part type}
@@ -1137,7 +1137,7 @@ transitive verb
   number is always represented by @r{Common Lisp} as an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{rational};
   see @ref{Rule of Canonical Representation for Complex Rationals}.
 
-@IGindex{complex single float}
+@IGindex complex single float
 @item @b{complex single float}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{complex} which has a @i{complex part type}
@@ -1145,13 +1145,13 @@ transitive verb
   A @i{complex single float} is a @i{complex},
   but it is not a @i{single float}.
 
-@IGindex{composite stream}
+@IGindex composite stream
 @item @b{composite stream}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{stream} that is composed of one or more other @i{streams}.
   ``@b{make-synonym-stream} creates a composite stream.''
 
-@IGindex{compound form}
+@IGindex compound form
 @item @b{compound form}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{non-empty} @i{list} which is a @i{form}:
@@ -1160,26 +1160,26 @@ transitive verb
   a @i{macro form}, 
   or a @i{function form}.
 
-@IGindex{compound type specifier}
+@IGindex compound type specifier
 @item @b{compound type specifier}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{type specifier} that is a @i{cons};
   @i{i.e.}, a @i{type specifier} that is not an @i{atomic type specifier}.
   ``@t{(vector single-float)} is a compound type specifier.''
 
-@IGindex{concatenated stream}
+@IGindex concatenated stream
 @item @b{concatenated stream}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{input} @i{stream} of @i{type} @b{concatenated-stream}.
 
-@IGindex{condition}
+@IGindex condition
 @item @b{condition}
  @i{n.}
   1. an @i{object} which represents a @i{situation}---usually,
      but not necessarily, during @i{signaling}.
   2. an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{condition}.
 
-@IGindex{condition designator}
+@IGindex condition designator
 @item @b{condition designator}
  @i{n.}
   one or more @i{objects} that, taken together, 
@@ -1187,7 +1187,7 @@ transitive verb
 	     or a @i{condition} @i{object} to be implicitly created.
   For details, see @ref{Condition Designators}.
 
-@IGindex{condition handler}
+@IGindex condition handler
 @item @b{condition handler}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{function} that might be invoked by the act of @i{signaling},
@@ -1195,14 +1195,14 @@ transitive verb
   and that is permitted to @i{handle} the @i{condition} 
   or to @i{decline}.  See @ref{Signaling}.
 
-@IGindex{condition reporter}
+@IGindex condition reporter
 @item @b{condition reporter}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{function} that describes how a @i{condition} is to be printed
   when the @i{Lisp printer} is invoked while @b{*print-escape*} 
   is @i{false}.  See @ref{Printing Conditions}.
 
-@IGindex{conditional newline}
+@IGindex conditional newline
 @item @b{conditional newline}
  @i{n.}
   a point in output where a @i{newline} might be inserted at the
@@ -1214,18 +1214,18 @@ transitive verb
      and ``mandatory-style.''
   See the @i{function} @b{pprint-newline} and @ref{Dynamic Control of the Arrangement of Output}.
 
-@IGindex{conformance}
+@IGindex conformance
 @item @b{conformance}
  @i{n.}
   a state achieved by proper and complete adherence to the requirements
   of this specification.  See @ref{Conformance}.
 
-@IGindex{conforming code}
+@IGindex conforming code
 @item @b{conforming code}
  @i{n.}
   @i{code} that is all of part of a @i{conforming program}.
 
-@IGindex{conforming implementation}
+@IGindex conforming implementation
 @item @b{conforming implementation}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{implementation}, used to emphasize complete and correct
@@ -1239,25 +1239,25 @@ transitive verb
   provided that no extension interferes with the correct function of any
   @i{conforming program}.
 
-@IGindex{conforming processor}
+@IGindex conforming processor
 @item @b{conforming processor}
  @i{n.} @i{ANSI} 
   a @i{conforming implementation}.
 
-@IGindex{conforming program}
+@IGindex conforming program
 @item @b{conforming program}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{program}, used to emphasize the fact that the @i{program}
   depends for its correctness only upon documented aspects of @r{Common Lisp}, and
   can therefore be expected to run correctly in any @i{conforming implementation}.
 
-@IGindex{congruent}
+@IGindex congruent
 @item @b{congruent}
  @i{n.} 
   conforming to the rules of @i{lambda list} congruency, as detailed in 
   @ref{Congruent Lambda-lists for all Methods of a Generic Function}.
 
-@IGindex{cons}
+@IGindex cons
 @item @b{cons}
  @i{n.}@i{v.} 
   1. @i{n.} a compound data @i{object} having two components called the
@@ -1265,7 +1265,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. @i{v.} to create such an @i{object}.
   3. @i{v.} @i{Idiom.} to create any @i{object}, or to allocate storage.
 
-@IGindex{constant}
+@IGindex constant
 @item @b{constant}
  @i{n.}
   1. a @i{constant form}.
@@ -1273,7 +1273,7 @@ transitive verb
   3. a @i{constant object}.
   4. a @i{self-evaluating object}.
 
-@IGindex{constant form}
+@IGindex constant form
 @item @b{constant form}
  @i{n.}
   any @i{form}
@@ -1289,7 +1289,7 @@ transitive verb
   ``A @b{car} form in which the argument is a
             @b{quote} form is a constant form.''
 
-@IGindex{constant object}
+@IGindex constant object
 @item @b{constant object}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} that is constrained (@i{e.g.}, by its context in a @i{program}
@@ -1297,7 +1297,7 @@ transitive verb
   ``A literal object that has been processed by @b{compile-file}
 	    is a constant object.''
 
-@IGindex{constant variable}
+@IGindex constant variable
 @item @b{constant variable}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{variable}, the @i{value} of which can never change;
@@ -1305,7 +1305,7 @@ transitive verb
   ``The symbols @b{t}, @b{nil}, @t{:direction}, and
             @b{most-positive-fixnum} are constant variables.''
 
-@IGindex{constituent}
+@IGindex constituent
 @item @b{constituent}
  @i{n.}, @i{adj.}
   1. a. @i{n.} the @i{syntax type} of a @i{character} that is part of a @i{token}.
@@ -1317,13 +1317,13 @@ transitive verb
      one of possibly several @i{objects} that collectively comprise
      the source or sink of that @i{stream}.
 
-@IGindex{constituent trait}
+@IGindex constituent trait
 @item @b{constituent trait}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{character})
   one of several classifications of a @i{constituent} @i{character}
   in a @i{readtable}.  See @ref{Constituent Characters}.
 
-@IGindex{constructed stream}
+@IGindex constructed stream
 @item @b{constructed stream}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{stream} whose source or sink is a Lisp @i{object}.
@@ -1331,7 +1331,7 @@ transitive verb
   @i{composite streams} are considered @i{constructed streams}.
   ``A string stream is a constructed stream.''
 
-@IGindex{contagion}
+@IGindex contagion
 @item @b{contagion}
  @i{n.}
   a process whereby operations on @i{objects} of differing @i{types}
@@ -1340,19 +1340,19 @@ transitive verb
   @i{type} over the @i{types} of the other @i{arguments}.
   See @ref{Contagion in Numeric Operations}.
 
-@IGindex{continuable}
+@IGindex continuable
 @item @b{continuable}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{error})
   an @i{error} that is @i{correctable} by the @t{continue} restart.
 
-@IGindex{control form}
+@IGindex control form
 @item @b{control form}
  @i{n.}
   1. a @i{form} that establishes one or more places to which control
      can be transferred.
   2. a @i{form} that transfers control.
 
-@IGindex{copy}
+@IGindex copy
 @item @b{copy}
  @i{n.}
   1. (of a @i{cons} C)
@@ -1388,7 +1388,7 @@ transitive verb
    given @i{list}'' or ``copy of the @i{list} @i{x}'' imply the
    second definition.)
 
-@IGindex{correctable}
+@IGindex correctable
 @item @b{correctable}
  @i{adj.} (of an @i{error})
   1. (by a @i{restart} other than @b{abort} 
@@ -1411,46 +1411,46 @@ transitive verb
 	       if any of the imported symbols has the same name as
 	        some distinct symbol already accessible in the package.''
 
-@IGindex{current input base}
+@IGindex current input base
 @item @b{current input base}
  @i{n.} (in a @i{dynamic environment})
   the @i{radix} that is the @i{value} of @b{*read-base*} in that @i{environment}, 
   and that is the default @i{radix} employed by the @i{Lisp reader}
   and its related @i{functions}.
 
-@IGindex{current logical block}
+@IGindex current logical block
 @item @b{current logical block}
  @i{n.}
   the context of the innermost lexically enclosing use of @b{pprint-logical-block}.
 
-@IGindex{current output base}
+@IGindex current output base
 @item @b{current output base}
  @i{n.} (in a @i{dynamic environment})
   the @i{radix} that is the @i{value} of @b{*print-base*} in that @i{environment}, 
   and that is the default @i{radix} employed by the @i{Lisp printer}
   and its related @i{functions}.
 
-@IGindex{current package}
+@IGindex current package
 @item @b{current package}
  @i{n.} (in a @i{dynamic environment})
   the @i{package} that is the @i{value} of @b{*package*} in that @i{environment}, 
   and that is the default @i{package} employed by the @i{Lisp reader} 
   and @i{Lisp printer}, and their related @i{functions}.
 
-@IGindex{current pprint dispatch table}
+@IGindex current pprint dispatch table
 @item @b{current pprint dispatch table}
  @i{n.} (in a @i{dynamic environment})
   the @i{pprint dispatch table} that is the @i{value} of @b{*print-pprint-dispatch*}
   in that @i{environment}, and that is the default @i{pprint dispatch table}
   employed by the @i{pretty printer}.
 
-@IGindex{current random state}
+@IGindex current random state
 @item @b{current random state}
  @i{n.} (in a @i{dynamic environment})
   the @i{random state} that is the @i{value} of @b{*random-state*} in that @i{environment}, 
   and that is the default @i{random state} employed by @b{random}.
 
-@IGindex{current readtable}
+@IGindex current readtable
 @item @b{current readtable}
  @i{n.} (in a @i{dynamic environment})
   the @i{readtable} that is the @i{value} of @b{*readtable*} in that @i{environment}, 
@@ -1461,18 +1461,18 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{D}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{data type}
+@IGindex data type
 @item @b{data type}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   a @i{type}.
 
-@IGindex{debug I/O}
+@IGindex debug I/O
 @item @b{debug I/O}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{bidirectional} @i{stream} 
   that is the @i{value} of the @i{variable} @b{*debug-io*}.
 
-@IGindex{debugger}
+@IGindex debugger
 @item @b{debugger}
  @i{n.}
   a facility that allows the @i{user} to handle a @i{condition} interactively.
@@ -1481,12 +1481,12 @@ transitive verb
   and it might perform additional @i{implementation-defined} services
   for the purposes of debugging.
 
-@IGindex{declaration}
+@IGindex declaration
 @item @b{declaration}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{global declaration} or @i{local declaration}.
 
-@IGindex{declaration identifier}
+@IGindex declaration identifier
 @item @b{declaration identifier}
  @i{n.}
   one of the @i{symbols}
@@ -1505,7 +1505,7 @@ transitive verb
      to be a @i{declaration identifier} by using a @b{declaration}
      @i{declaration}.
 
-@IGindex{declaration specifier}
+@IGindex declaration specifier
 @item @b{declaration specifier}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{expression} that can appear at top level of a @b{declare} 
@@ -1514,20 +1514,20 @@ transitive verb
   and which has a @i{cdr} that is data interpreted according to rules
   specific to the @i{declaration identifier}.
 
-@IGindex{declare}
+@IGindex declare
 @item @b{declare}
  @i{v.} 
   to @i{establish} a @i{declaration}.
   See @b{declare}, @b{declaim}, or @b{proclaim}.
 
-@IGindex{decline}
+@IGindex decline
 @item @b{decline}
  @i{v.} (of a @i{handler})
   to return normally without having @i{handled} the @i{condition}
   being @i{signaled}, permitting the signaling process to continue
   as if the @i{handler} had not been present.
 
-@IGindex{decoded time}
+@IGindex decoded time
 @item @b{decoded time}
  @i{n.}
   @i{absolute} @i{time}, represented as an ordered series of
@@ -1536,14 +1536,14 @@ transitive verb
   that @i{leap seconds} are ignored).
   See @ref{Decoded Time}.
 
-@IGindex{default method}
+@IGindex default method
 @item @b{default method}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{method} having no @i{parameter specializers} other than
   the @i{class} @b{t}.  Such a @i{method} is always an @i{applicable method}
   but might be @i{shadowed}_2 by a more specific @i{method}.
 
-@IGindex{defaulted initialization argument list}
+@IGindex defaulted initialization argument list
 @item @b{defaulted initialization argument list}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{list} of alternating initialization argument @i{names} and
@@ -1551,31 +1551,31 @@ transitive verb
   defaulted, used in the protocol for initializing and reinitializing 
   @i{instances} of @i{classes}.
 
-@IGindex{define-method-combination arguments lambda list}
+@IGindex define-method-combination arguments lambda list
 @item @b{define-method-combination arguments lambda list}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{lambda list} used by the @t{:arguments} option 
   to @b{define-method-combination}.
   See @ref{Define-method-combination Arguments Lambda Lists}.
 
-@IGindex{define-modify-macro lambda list}
+@IGindex define-modify-macro lambda list
 @item @b{define-modify-macro lambda list}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{lambda list} used by @b{define-modify-macro}.
   See @ref{Define-modify-macro Lambda Lists}.
 
-@IGindex{defined name}
+@IGindex defined name
 @item @b{defined name}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{symbol} the meaning of which is defined by @r{Common Lisp}.
 
-@IGindex{defining form}
+@IGindex defining form
 @item @b{defining form}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{form} that has the side-effect of @i{establishing} a definition.
   ``@b{defun} and @b{defparameter} are defining forms.''
 
-@IGindex{defsetf lambda list}
+@IGindex defsetf lambda list
 @item @b{defsetf lambda list}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{lambda list} that is like an @i{ordinary lambda list} 
@@ -1583,7 +1583,7 @@ transitive verb
      and that it permits use of @b{&environment}.
   See @ref{Defsetf Lambda Lists}.
 
-@IGindex{deftype lambda list}
+@IGindex deftype lambda list
 @item @b{deftype lambda list}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{lambda list} that is like a @i{macro lambda list}
@@ -1591,7 +1591,7 @@ transitive verb
   and @i{keyword parameters} is the @i{symbol} @b{*} (rather than @b{nil}).
   See @ref{Deftype Lambda Lists}.
 
-@IGindex{denormalized}
+@IGindex denormalized
 @item @b{denormalized}
  @i{adj.}, @i{ANSI}, @i{IEEE} (of a @i{float})
   conforming to the description of ``denormalized'' as described by 
@@ -1603,7 +1603,7 @@ transitive verb
   or @t{0.1e-9}.  By their nature, @i{denormalized} @i{floats} generally
   have less precision than @i{normalized} @i{floats}.
 
-@IGindex{derived type}
+@IGindex derived type
 @item @b{derived type}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{type specifier} which is defined in terms of an expansion into another
@@ -1611,12 +1611,12 @@ transitive verb
   and there may be other @i{implementation-defined} @i{operators}
   which do so as well.
 
-@IGindex{derived type specifier}
+@IGindex derived type specifier
 @item @b{derived type specifier}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{type specifier} for a @i{derived type}.
 
-@IGindex{designator}
+@IGindex designator
 @item @b{designator}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} that denotes another @i{object}.
@@ -1627,7 +1627,7 @@ transitive verb
   that is, that the @i{parameter} is already of the denoted @i{type}.
   For more detailed information, see @ref{Designators}.
 
-@IGindex{destructive}
+@IGindex destructive
 @item @b{destructive}
  @i{adj.} (of an @i{operator})
   capable of modifying some program-visible aspect of one or more
@@ -1635,21 +1635,21 @@ transitive verb
   @i{operator} or that can be obtained directly or indirectly 
   from the @i{global environment} by the @i{operator}.
 
-@IGindex{destructuring lambda list}
+@IGindex destructuring lambda list
 @item @b{destructuring lambda list}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{extended lambda list} used in @b{destructuring-bind} and
   nested within @i{macro lambda lists}.  
   See @ref{Destructuring Lambda Lists}.
 
-@IGindex{different}
+@IGindex different
 @item @b{different}
  @i{adj.} 
   not the @i{same}
   ``The strings @t{"FOO"} and @t{"foo"} are different under
 	    @b{equal} but not under @b{equalp}.''
 
-@IGindex{digit}
+@IGindex digit
 @item @b{digit}
  @i{n.} (in a @i{radix})
   a @i{character} that is among the possible digits (@t{0} to @t{9},
@@ -1657,7 +1657,7 @@ transitive verb
   associated numeric weight as a digit in that @i{radix}.
   See @ref{Digits in a Radix}.
 
-@IGindex{dimension}
+@IGindex dimension
 @item @b{dimension}
  @i{n.}
   1. a non-negative @i{integer} indicating the number of
@@ -1668,7 +1668,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. an axis of an array.
      ``This array has six dimensions.''
 
-@IGindex{direct instance}
+@IGindex direct instance
 @item @b{direct instance}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{class} C)
   an @i{object} whose @i{class} is C itself,
@@ -1677,19 +1677,19 @@ transitive verb
   	    direct instance of the class which is (or is named by)
 	    its first argument.''
 
-@IGindex{direct subclass}
+@IGindex direct subclass
 @item @b{direct subclass}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{class} C_1)
   a @i{class} C_2,
   such that C_1 is a @i{direct superclass} of C_2.
 
-@IGindex{direct superclass}
+@IGindex direct superclass
 @item @b{direct superclass}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{class} C_1)
   a @i{class} C_2 which was explicitly designated as 
   a @i{superclass} of C_1 in the definition of C_1.
 
-@IGindex{disestablish}
+@IGindex disestablish
 @item @b{disestablish}
  @i{v.t.} 
   to withdraw the @i{establishment} of 
@@ -1701,12 +1701,12 @@ transitive verb
       a  @i{restart}, 
    or an @i{environment}.
 
-@IGindex{disjoint}
+@IGindex disjoint
 @item @b{disjoint}
  @i{n.} (of @i{types})
   having no @i{elements} in common.
 
-@IGindex{dispatching macro character}
+@IGindex dispatching macro character
 @item @b{dispatching macro character}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{macro character} that has an associated table that specifies 
@@ -1714,7 +1714,7 @@ transitive verb
   seen following the @i{dispatching macro character}.
   See the @i{function} @b{make-dispatch-macro-character}.
 
-@IGindex{displaced array}
+@IGindex displaced array
 @item @b{displaced array}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{array} which has no storage of its own, but which is instead
@@ -1723,12 +1723,12 @@ transitive verb
   to @i{access} the @i{displaced array} implicitly references the 
   @i{target} @i{array}.
 
-@IGindex{distinct}
+@IGindex distinct
 @item @b{distinct}
  @i{adj.}
   not @i{identical}.
 
-@IGindex{documentation string}
+@IGindex documentation string
 @item @b{documentation string}
  @i{n.} (in a defining @i{form}) 
   A @i{literal} @i{string} which because of the context in which
@@ -1740,7 +1740,7 @@ transitive verb
   ``The body of code in a @b{defmacro} form can be preceded 
 	    by a documentation string of kind @b{function}.''
 
-@IGindex{dot}
+@IGindex dot
 @item @b{dot}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is variously called
@@ -1749,25 +1749,25 @@ transitive verb
   or ``dot'' (@t{.}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{dotted list}
+@IGindex dotted list
 @item @b{dotted list}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{list} which has a terminating @i{atom} that is not @b{nil}.
   (An @i{atom} by itself is not a @i{dotted list}, however.)
 
-@IGindex{dotted pair}
+@IGindex dotted pair
 @item @b{dotted pair}
  @i{n.}
   1. a @i{cons} whose @i{cdr} is a @i{non-list}.
   2. any @i{cons}, used to emphasize the use of the @i{cons}
      as a symmetric data pair.
 
-@IGindex{double float}
+@IGindex double float
 @item @b{double float}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{double-float}.
 
-@IGindex{double-quote}
+@IGindex double-quote
 @item @b{double-quote}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is variously called
@@ -1775,12 +1775,12 @@ transitive verb
    or ``double quote'' (@t{"}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{dynamic binding}
+@IGindex dynamic binding
 @item @b{dynamic binding}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{binding} in a @i{dynamic environment}.
 
-@IGindex{dynamic environment}
+@IGindex dynamic environment
 @item @b{dynamic environment}
  @i{n.}
   that part of an @i{environment} that contains @i{bindings} 
@@ -1795,7 +1795,7 @@ transitive verb
     and
       @i{restarts}.  
 
-@IGindex{dynamic extent}
+@IGindex dynamic extent
 @item @b{dynamic extent}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{extent} whose duration is bounded by points of 
@@ -1803,12 +1803,12 @@ transitive verb
   of a particular @i{form}.  See @i{indefinite extent}.
   ``Dynamic variable bindings have dynamic extent.''
 
-@IGindex{dynamic scope}
+@IGindex dynamic scope
 @item @b{dynamic scope}
  @i{n.}
   @i{indefinite scope} along with @i{dynamic extent}.
 
-@IGindex{dynamic variable}
+@IGindex dynamic variable
 @item @b{dynamic variable}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{variable} the @i{binding} for which is in the @i{dynamic environment}.
@@ -1818,19 +1818,19 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{E}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{echo stream}
+@IGindex echo stream
 @item @b{echo stream}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{stream} of @i{type} @b{echo-stream}.
 
-@IGindex{effective method}
+@IGindex effective method
 @item @b{effective method}
  @i{n.}
   the combination of @i{applicable methods} that are executed
   when a @i{generic function} is invoked with a particular sequence
   of @i{arguments}.
 
-@IGindex{element}
+@IGindex element
 @item @b{element}
  @i{n.}
   1. (of a @i{list}) 
@@ -1858,13 +1858,13 @@ transitive verb
      or @b{write-byte}, as appropriate to the @i{stream}).
   7. (of a @i{class}) a @i{generalized instance} of the @i{class}.
 
-@IGindex{element type}
+@IGindex element type
 @item @b{element type}
  @i{n.} 
   1. (of an @i{array}) the @i{array element type} of the @i{array}.
   2. (of a @i{stream}) the @i{stream element type} of the @i{stream}.
 
-@IGindex{em}
+@IGindex em
 @item @b{em}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   a context-dependent unit of measure commonly used in typesetting,
@@ -1880,19 +1880,19 @@ transitive verb
   @i{ems} wide; in a variable width font, @i{n} @i{ems} is the
   expected upper bound on the width of such a line.
 
-@IGindex{empty list}
+@IGindex empty list
 @item @b{empty list}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{list} containing no @i{elements}. See @i{()}.
 
-@IGindex{empty type}
+@IGindex empty type
 @item @b{empty type}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{type} that contains no @i{elements}, and that is
   a @i{subtype} of all @i{types} (including itself).
   See @i{nil}.
 
-@IGindex{end of file}
+@IGindex end of file
 @item @b{end of file}
  @i{n.}
   1. the point in an @i{input} @i{stream} beyond which there is
@@ -1902,14 +1902,14 @@ transitive verb
   2. a @i{situation} that occurs upon an attempt to obtain data from an
      @i{input stream} that is at the @i{end of file}_1.
 
-@IGindex{environment}
+@IGindex environment
 @item @b{environment}
  @i{n.}
   1. a set of @i{bindings}. See @ref{Introduction to Environments}.
   2. an @i{environment object}.
      ``@b{macroexpand} takes an optional environment argument.''
 
-@IGindex{environment object}
+@IGindex environment object
 @item @b{environment object}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} representing a set of @i{lexical bindings},
@@ -1925,7 +1925,7 @@ transitive verb
       is to be expanded.)
      See @ref{Environment Objects}.
 
-@IGindex{environment parameter}
+@IGindex environment parameter
 @item @b{environment parameter}
  @i{n.}
   A @i{parameter} in a @i{defining form} f for which there is no corresponding
@@ -1933,7 +1933,7 @@ transitive verb
   @i{environment} @i{object} which corresponds to the
   @i{lexical environment} in which the @i{defining form} f appeared.
 
-@IGindex{error}
+@IGindex error
 @item @b{error}
  @i{n.}
   1. (only in the phrase ``is an error'')
@@ -1943,19 +1943,19 @@ transitive verb
      See @ref{Error Terminology}.
   3. an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{error}.
 
-@IGindex{error output}
+@IGindex error output
 @item @b{error output}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{output} @i{stream} which is the @i{value} of the @i{dynamic variable}
   @b{*error-output*}.
 
-@IGindex{escape}
+@IGindex escape
 @item @b{escape}
  @i{n.}, @i{adj.}
   1. @i{n.} a @i{single escape} or a @i{multiple escape}.
   2. @i{adj.} @i{single escape} or @i{multiple escape}.
 
-@IGindex{establish}
+@IGindex establish
 @item @b{establish}
  @i{v.t.} 
   to build or bring into being 
@@ -1968,7 +1968,7 @@ transitive verb
    or an @i{environment}. 
   ``@b{let} establishes lexical bindings.''
 
-@IGindex{evaluate}
+@IGindex evaluate
 @item @b{evaluate}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{form} or an @i{implicit progn})
   to @i{execute} the @i{code} represented by the @i{form}
@@ -1976,7 +1976,7 @@ transitive verb
   by applying the rules of @i{evaluation},
   returning zero or more values.
 
-@IGindex{evaluation}
+@IGindex evaluation
 @item @b{evaluation}
  @i{n.}
   a model whereby @i{forms} are @i{executed}, returning zero or more values.
@@ -1989,7 +1989,7 @@ transitive verb
   might legitimately have only a compiler and no interpreter, or vice versa.
   See @ref{The Evaluation Model}.
 
-@IGindex{evaluation environment}
+@IGindex evaluation environment
 @item @b{evaluation environment}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{run-time environment} in which macro expanders 
@@ -1997,29 +1997,29 @@ transitive verb
   are evaluated.  All evaluations initiated by the @i{compiler} 
   take place in the @i{evaluation environment}.
 
-@IGindex{execute}
+@IGindex execute
 @item @b{execute}
  @i{v.t.} @i{Trad.} (@i{code})
   to perform the imperative actions represented by the @i{code}.
 
-@IGindex{execution time}
+@IGindex execution time
 @item @b{execution time}
  @i{n.}
   the duration of time that @i{compiled code} is being @i{executed}.
 
-@IGindex{exhaustive partition}
+@IGindex exhaustive partition
 @item @b{exhaustive partition}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{type})
   a set of @i{pairwise} @i{disjoint} @i{types} that form an 
   @i{exhaustive union}.
 
-@IGindex{exhaustive union}
+@IGindex exhaustive union
 @item @b{exhaustive union}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{type})
   a set of @i{subtypes} of the @i{type},
   whose union contains all @i{elements} of that @i{type}.
 
-@IGindex{exit point}
+@IGindex exit point
 @item @b{exit point}
  @i{n.}
   a point in a @i{control form}
@@ -2039,13 +2039,13 @@ transitive verb
 	    operators such as @b{throw}, @b{return-from},
             and @b{go}.''
 
-@IGindex{explicit return}
+@IGindex explicit return
 @item @b{explicit return}
  @i{n.} 
   the act of transferring control (and possibly @i{values}) 
   to a @i{block} by using @b{return-from} (or @b{return}).
 
-@IGindex{explicit use}
+@IGindex explicit use
 @item @b{explicit use}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{variable} V in a @i{form} F)
   a reference to V that is directly apparent in the normal semantics of F;
@@ -2054,7 +2054,7 @@ transitive verb
   References to V exposed by expanding @i{subforms} of F are, however,
   considered to be @i{explicit uses} of V.
 
-@IGindex{exponent marker}
+@IGindex exponent marker
 @item @b{exponent marker}
  @i{n.}
   a character that is used in the textual notation for a @i{float}
@@ -2081,18 +2081,18 @@ transitive verb
 @end group
 @end format
 
-@IGindex{export}
+@IGindex export
 @item @b{export}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{symbol} in a @i{package})
   to add the @i{symbol} to the list of @i{external symbols} of the
   @i{package}.
 
-@IGindex{exported}
+@IGindex exported
 @item @b{exported}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{symbol} in a @i{package})
   being an @i{external symbol} of the @i{package}.
 
-@IGindex{expressed adjustability}
+@IGindex expressed adjustability
 @item @b{expressed adjustability}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{array})
   a @i{generalized boolean} that is conceptually (but not necessarily actually)
@@ -2100,7 +2100,7 @@ transitive verb
   is @i{expressly adjustable}.
   See also @i{actual adjustability}.
 
-@IGindex{expressed array element type}
+@IGindex expressed array element type
 @item @b{expressed array element type}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{array})
   the @i{type} which is the @i{array element type}
@@ -2116,7 +2116,7 @@ transitive verb
    @i{upgraded array element type} of the
    @i{expressed array element type}.)
 
-@IGindex{expressed complex part type}
+@IGindex expressed complex part type
 @item @b{expressed complex part type}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{complex})
   the @i{type} which is implied as the @i{complex part type}
@@ -2131,7 +2131,7 @@ transitive verb
    the @i{upgraded complex part type} of the
    @i{expressed complex part type}.)
 
-@IGindex{expression}
+@IGindex expression
 @item @b{expression}
  @i{n.}
   1. an @i{object}, often used to emphasize the use 
@@ -2142,7 +2142,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. the textual notation used to notate an @i{object} in a source file.
      ``The expression @t{'sample} is equivalent to @t{(quote sample)}.''
 
-@IGindex{expressly adjustable}
+@IGindex expressly adjustable
 @item @b{expressly adjustable}
  @i{adj.} (of an @i{array})
   being @i{actually adjustable} by virtue of an explicit request for this
@@ -2151,7 +2151,7 @@ transitive verb
   are @i{actually adjustable},
   but not necessarily vice versa.
 
-@IGindex{extended character}
+@IGindex extended character
 @item @b{extended character}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{character} 
@@ -2160,7 +2160,7 @@ transitive verb
 
   a @i{character} that is not a @i{base character}.
 
-@IGindex{extended function designator}
+@IGindex extended function designator
 @item @b{extended function designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{function}; that is,
@@ -2177,7 +2177,7 @@ transitive verb
      that has a global definition as a @i{macro} or a @i{special form}.
   See also @i{function designator}.
 
-@IGindex{extended lambda list}
+@IGindex extended lambda list
 @item @b{extended lambda list}
  @i{n.}
   a list resembling an @i{ordinary lambda list} in form and purpose, but 
@@ -2185,13 +2185,13 @@ transitive verb
   @i{ordinary lambda list}.
   ``@b{defmacro} uses extended lambda lists.''
 
-@IGindex{extension}
+@IGindex extension
 @item @b{extension}
  @i{n.}
   a facility in an @i{implementation} of @r{Common Lisp} 
   that is not specified by this standard.
 
-@IGindex{extent}
+@IGindex extent
 @item @b{extent}
  @i{n.}
   the interval of time during which a @i{reference} to 
@@ -2203,14 +2203,14 @@ transitive verb
       a  @i{restart},
    or an @i{environment} is defined.
 
-@IGindex{external file format}
+@IGindex external file format
 @item @b{external file format}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{implementation-dependent} nature which determines
   one of possibly several @i{implementation-dependent} ways in which
   @i{characters} are encoded externally in a @i{character} @i{file}.
 
-@IGindex{external file format designator}
+@IGindex external file format designator
 @item @b{external file format designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for an @i{external file format}; that is,
@@ -2227,7 +2227,7 @@ transitive verb
       an @i{external file format} 
          (denoting itself).
 
-@IGindex{external symbol}
+@IGindex external symbol
 @item @b{external symbol}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{package})
   a @i{symbol} that is part of the `external interface' to the @i{package}
@@ -2242,7 +2242,7 @@ transitive verb
     from the @i{package} @i{name} by a double @i{package marker};
   see @ref{Symbols as Tokens}.
 
-@IGindex{externalizable object}
+@IGindex externalizable object
 @item @b{externalizable object}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} that can be used as a @i{literal} @i{object} 
@@ -2252,13 +2252,13 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{F}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{false}
+@IGindex false
 @item @b{false}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{symbol} @b{nil},
   used to represent the failure of a @i{predicate} test.
 
-@IGindex{fbound}
+@IGindex fbound
 @item @b{fbound}
  pronounced 'ef ,baund  @i{adj.} 
 							 (of a @i{function name})
@@ -2275,7 +2275,7 @@ transitive verb
 
   See the @i{functions} @b{fboundp} and @b{symbol-function}.
 
-@IGindex{feature}
+@IGindex feature
 @item @b{feature}
  @i{n.}
   1. an aspect or attribute 
@@ -2286,7 +2286,7 @@ transitive verb
   See @ref{Features}.
   ``The @t{:ansi-cl} feature is present in all conforming implementations.''
 
-@IGindex{feature expression}
+@IGindex feature expression
 @item @b{feature expression}
  @i{n.}
   A boolean combination of @i{features} used by the @t{#+} and @t{#-} 
@@ -2294,18 +2294,18 @@ transitive verb
   @i{expressions} by the @i{Lisp reader}.
   See @ref{Feature Expressions}.
 
-@IGindex{features list}
+@IGindex features list
 @item @b{features list}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{list} that is the @i{value} of @b{*features*}.
 
-@IGindex{file}
+@IGindex file
 @item @b{file}
  @i{n.}
   a named entry in a @i{file system},
   having an @i{implementation-defined} nature.
 
-@IGindex{file compiler}
+@IGindex file compiler
 @item @b{file compiler}
  @i{n.}
   any @i{compiler} which @i{compiles} @i{source code} contained in a @i{file},
@@ -2314,7 +2314,7 @@ transitive verb
   but there might be other, @i{implementation-defined} mechanisms for 
   invoking the @i{file compiler}.
 
-@IGindex{file position}
+@IGindex file position
 @item @b{file position}
  @i{n.} (in a @i{stream})
   a non-negative @i{integer} that represents a position in the @i{stream}.
@@ -2328,7 +2328,7 @@ transitive verb
   between @i{file positions} corresponding to any two successive characters
   in the @i{stream} is @i{implementation-dependent}.
 
-@IGindex{file position designator}
+@IGindex file position designator
 @item @b{file position designator}
  @i{n.} (in a @i{stream})
   a @i{designator} for a @i{file position} in that @i{stream}; that is,
@@ -2339,19 +2339,19 @@ transitive verb
 	 @i{i.e.}, the position following the last @i{element} of the @i{stream}),
    or a @i{file position} (denoting itself).
 
-@IGindex{file stream}
+@IGindex file stream
 @item @b{file stream}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{file-stream}.
 
-@IGindex{file system}
+@IGindex file system
 @item @b{file system}
  @i{n.}
   a facility which permits aggregations of data to be stored in named
   @i{files} on some medium that is external to the @i{Lisp image}
   and that therefore persists from @i{session} to @i{session}.
 
-@IGindex{filename}
+@IGindex filename
 @item @b{filename}
  @i{n.}
   a handle, not necessarily ever directly represented as an @i{object},
@@ -2359,7 +2359,7 @@ transitive verb
   @i{Pathnames} and @i{namestrings} are two kinds of @i{objects} 
   that substitute for @i{filenames} in @r{Common Lisp}.  
 
-@IGindex{fill pointer}
+@IGindex fill pointer
 @item @b{fill pointer}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{vector})
   an @i{integer} associated with a @i{vector} that represents the
@@ -2368,30 +2368,30 @@ transitive verb
    larger than the total number of @i{elements} in the @i{vector}.
    Not all @i{vectors} have @i{fill pointers}.)
 
-@IGindex{finite}
+@IGindex finite
 @item @b{finite}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{type})
   having a finite number of @i{elements}.
   ``The type specifier @t{(integer 0 5)} denotes a finite type,
 	    but the type specifiers @b{integer} and @t{(integer 0)} do not.''
 
-@IGindex{fixnum}
+@IGindex fixnum
 @item @b{fixnum}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{integer} of @i{type} @b{fixnum}.
 
-@IGindex{float}
+@IGindex float
 @item @b{float}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{float}.
 
-@IGindex{for-value}
+@IGindex for-value
 @item @b{for-value}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{reference} to a @i{binding})
   being a @i{reference} that @i{reads}_1
   the @i{value} of the @i{binding}.
 
-@IGindex{form}
+@IGindex form
 @item @b{form}
  @i{n.}
   1. any @i{object} meant to be @i{evaluated}.
@@ -2402,29 +2402,29 @@ transitive verb
      a @i{compound form} having that @i{operator} as its first element.
      ``A @b{quote} form is a constant form.''
 
-@IGindex{formal argument}
+@IGindex formal argument
 @item @b{formal argument}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   a @i{parameter}.
 
-@IGindex{formal parameter}
+@IGindex formal parameter
 @item @b{formal parameter}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   a @i{parameter}.
 
-@IGindex{format}
+@IGindex format
 @item @b{format}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{format control} and @i{format arguments})
   to perform output as if by @b{format},
   using the @i{format string} and @i{format arguments}.
 
-@IGindex{format argument}
+@IGindex format argument
 @item @b{format argument}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} which is used as data by functions such as @b{format}
   which interpret @i{format controls}.
 
-@IGindex{format control}
+@IGindex format control
 @item @b{format control}
  @i{n.}
      a @i{format string},
@@ -2432,7 +2432,7 @@ transitive verb
      for a @i{function} returned by the @b{formatter} @i{macro}.
   See @ref{Compiling Format Strings}.
 
-@IGindex{format directive}
+@IGindex format directive
 @item @b{format directive}
  @i{n.}
   1. a sequence of @i{characters} in a @i{format string}
@@ -2448,20 +2448,20 @@ transitive verb
      ``Both @t{"~3d"} and @t{"~3,'0D"} are valid uses of the
 	       `@t{~D}' format directive.''
 
-@IGindex{format string}
+@IGindex format string
 @item @b{format string}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{string} which can contain both ordinary text and @i{format directives},
   and which is used in conjunction with @i{format arguments} to describe how 
   text output should be formatted by certain functions, such as @b{format}.
 
-@IGindex{free declaration}
+@IGindex free declaration
 @item @b{free declaration}
  @i{n.}
   a declaration that is not a @i{bound declaration}.
   See @b{declare}.
 
-@IGindex{fresh}
+@IGindex fresh
 @item @b{fresh}
  @i{adj.} 
   1. (of an @i{object} @i{yielded} by a @i{function})
@@ -2472,7 +2472,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. (of a @i{binding} for a @i{name})
      newly-allocated; not shared with other @i{bindings} for that @i{name}.
 
-@IGindex{freshline}
+@IGindex freshline
 @item @b{freshline}
  @i{n.}
   a conceptual operation on a @i{stream}, implemented by the @i{function} @b{fresh-line}
@@ -2482,12 +2482,12 @@ transitive verb
   unless the @i{stream} is already known to be positioned at the beginning of a line.
   Unlike @i{newline}, @i{freshline} is not a @i{character}.
 
-@IGindex{funbound}
+@IGindex funbound
 @item @b{funbound}
  pronounced 'ef unbaund @i{n.} (of a @i{function name})
   not @i{fbound}.
 
-@IGindex{function}
+@IGindex function
 @item @b{function}
  @i{n.}
 
@@ -2496,7 +2496,7 @@ transitive verb
      and which produces zero or more @i{values}.
   2. an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{function}.
 
-@IGindex{function block name}
+@IGindex function block name
 @item @b{function block name}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{function name})
   The @i{symbol} that would be used as the name of an @i{implicit block}
@@ -2509,7 +2509,7 @@ transitive verb
   An @i{implementation} which supports additional kinds of @i{function names}
   must specify for each how the corresponding @i{function block name} is computed.
 
-@IGindex{function cell}
+@IGindex function cell
 @item @b{function cell}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} (of a @i{symbol})
   The @i{place} which holds the @i{definition} of the
@@ -2517,7 +2517,7 @@ transitive verb
   and which is @i{accessed} by @b{symbol-function}.
   See @i{cell}.
 
-@IGindex{function designator}
+@IGindex function designator
 @item @b{function designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{function}; that is,
@@ -2532,7 +2532,7 @@ transitive verb
   or it has a global definition as a @i{macro} or a @i{special form}.
   See also @i{extended function designator}.
 
-@IGindex{function form}
+@IGindex function form
 @item @b{function form}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{form} that is a @i{list} and that has a first element 
@@ -2540,13 +2540,13 @@ transitive verb
   @i{arguments} which are the result of @i{evaluating} subsequent
   elements of the @i{function form}.
 
-@IGindex{function name}
+@IGindex function name
 @item @b{function name}
  @i{n.} (in an @i{environment})
   A @i{symbol} or a @i{list} @t{(setf @i{symbol})} 
   that is the @i{name} of a @i{function} in that @i{environment}.
 
-@IGindex{functional evaluation}
+@IGindex functional evaluation
 @item @b{functional evaluation}
  @i{n.} 
   the process of extracting a @i{functional value} from a @i{function name}
@@ -2560,7 +2560,7 @@ transitive verb
   use of the @i{function} @b{symbol-function} to extract the @i{functional value}
   of a @i{symbol} is considered a @i{functional evaluation}.
 
-@IGindex{functional value}
+@IGindex functional value
 @item @b{functional value}
  @i{n.} 
   1. (of a @i{function name} N in an @i{environment} E)
@@ -2578,7 +2578,7 @@ transitive verb
       nature of its @i{functional value} is @i{implementation-dependent};
       in particular, it might or might not be a @i{function}.)
 
-@IGindex{further compilation}
+@IGindex further compilation
 @item @b{further compilation}
  @i{n.} 
   @i{implementation-dependent} compilation beyond @i{minimal compilation}.
@@ -2590,20 +2590,20 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{G}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{general}
+@IGindex general
 @item @b{general}
  @i{adj.} (of an @i{array})
   having @i{element type} @b{t},
    and consequently able to have any @i{object} as an @i{element}.
 
-@IGindex{generalized boolean}
+@IGindex generalized boolean
 @item @b{generalized boolean}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} used as a truth value, where the symbol~@b{nil} 
   represents @i{false} and all other @i{objects} represent @i{true}.
   See @i{boolean}.
 
-@IGindex{generalized instance}
+@IGindex generalized instance
 @item @b{generalized instance}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{class})
   an @i{object} the @i{class} of which is either that @i{class} itself,
@@ -2614,14 +2614,14 @@ transitive verb
   The former terminology emphasizes the view of X as a @i{class}
   while the latter emphasizes the view of X as a @i{type specifier}.)
 
-@IGindex{generalized reference}
+@IGindex generalized reference
 @item @b{generalized reference}
  @i{n.}
   a reference to a location storing an @i{object} as if to a @i{variable}.
   (Such a reference can be either to @i{read} or @i{write} the location.)
   See @ref{Generalized Reference}.  See also @i{place}.
 
-@IGindex{generalized synonym stream}
+@IGindex generalized synonym stream
 @item @b{generalized synonym stream}
  @i{n.} (with a @i{synonym stream symbol})
   1. (to a @i{stream}) 
@@ -2633,7 +2633,7 @@ transitive verb
      or a @i{composite stream} which has as a target 
      a @i{generalized synonym stream} to the @i{symbol}.
 
-@IGindex{generic function}
+@IGindex generic function
 @item @b{generic function}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{function} whose behavior depends on the @i{classes} or
@@ -2641,63 +2641,63 @@ transitive verb
   other things, a set of @i{methods}, a @i{lambda list}, and a
   @i{method combination} type.
 
-@IGindex{generic function lambda list}
+@IGindex generic function lambda list
 @item @b{generic function lambda list}
  @i{n.}
   A @i{lambda list} that is used to describe data flow into a @i{generic function}.
   See @ref{Generic Function Lambda Lists}.
 
-@IGindex{gensym}
+@IGindex gensym
 @item @b{gensym}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   an @i{uninterned} @i{symbol}.
   See the @i{function} @b{gensym}.
 
-@IGindex{global declaration}
+@IGindex global declaration
 @item @b{global declaration}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{form} that makes certain kinds of information about 
   code globally available; that is, a @b{proclaim} @i{form} 
   or a @b{declaim} @i{form}.
 
-@IGindex{global environment}
+@IGindex global environment
 @item @b{global environment}
  @i{n.} 
   that part of an @i{environment} that contains @i{bindings}
   with @i{indefinite scope} and @i{indefinite extent}.
 
-@IGindex{global variable}
+@IGindex global variable
 @item @b{global variable}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{dynamic variable} or a @i{constant variable}.
 
-@IGindex{glyph}
+@IGindex glyph
 @item @b{glyph}
  @i{n.} 
   a visual representation.
   ``Graphic characters have associated glyphs.''
 
-@IGindex{go}
+@IGindex go
 @item @b{go}
  @i{v.} 
   to transfer control to a @i{go point}.
   See the @i{special operator} @b{go}.
 
-@IGindex{go point}
+@IGindex go point
 @item @b{go point}
 
   one of possibly several @i{exit points} that are @i{established} 
   by @b{tagbody} (or other abstractions, such as @b{prog}, 
   which are built from @b{tagbody}).
 
-@IGindex{go tag}
+@IGindex go tag
 @item @b{go tag}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{symbol} or @i{integer} that, within the @i{lexical scope} 
   of a @b{tagbody} @i{form}, names an @i{exit point}
   @i{established} by that @b{tagbody} @i{form}.
 
-@IGindex{graphic}
+@IGindex graphic
 @item @b{graphic}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{character})
   being a ``printing'' or ``displayable'' @i{character} 
@@ -2711,25 +2711,25 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{H}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{handle}
+@IGindex handle
 @item @b{handle}
  @i{v.} (of a @i{condition} being @i{signaled})
   to perform a non-local transfer of control, terminating the ongoing
   @i{signaling} of the @i{condition}.
 
-@IGindex{handler}
+@IGindex handler
 @item @b{handler}
  @i{n.} 
 
   a @i{condition handler}.
 
-@IGindex{hash table}
+@IGindex hash table
 @item @b{hash table}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{hash-table}, 
   which provides a mapping from @i{keys} to @i{values}.
 
-@IGindex{home package}
+@IGindex home package
 @item @b{home package}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{symbol})
   the @i{package}, if any, which is contents of the @i{package cell} 
@@ -2743,7 +2743,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{I}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{I/O customization variable}
+@IGindex I/O customization variable
 @item @b{I/O customization variable}
  @i{n.}
   one of the @i{stream variables} in Figure 26--2, 
@@ -2763,18 +2763,18 @@ transitive verb
 @end group
 @end format
 
-@IGindex{identical}
+@IGindex identical
 @item @b{identical}
  @i{adj.} 
   the @i{same} under @b{eq}.
 
-@IGindex{identifier}
+@IGindex identifier
 @item @b{identifier}
  @i{n.}        
   1. a @i{symbol} used to identify or to distinguish @i{names}. 
   2. a @i{string} used the same way.            
 
-@IGindex{immutable}
+@IGindex immutable
 @item @b{immutable}
  @i{adj.}
   not subject to change, either because no @i{operator} is provided which is
@@ -2786,24 +2786,24 @@ transitive verb
   to make such modification are undefined.
   ``Numbers are immutable.''
 
-@IGindex{implementation}
+@IGindex implementation
 @item @b{implementation}
  @i{n.} 
   a system, mechanism, or body of @i{code} that implements the semantics of @r{Common Lisp}.
 
-@IGindex{implementation limit}
+@IGindex implementation limit
 @item @b{implementation limit}
  @i{n.} 
   a restriction imposed by an @i{implementation}.
 
-@IGindex{implementation-defined}
+@IGindex implementation-defined
 @item @b{implementation-defined}
  @i{adj.} 
   @i{implementation-dependent}, but required by this specification to be
   defined by each @i{conforming implementation} and to be documented by 
   the corresponding implementor.
 
-@IGindex{implementation-dependent}
+@IGindex implementation-dependent
 @item @b{implementation-dependent}
  @i{adj.} 
   describing a behavior or aspect of @r{Common Lisp} which has been deliberately left
@@ -2814,77 +2814,77 @@ transitive verb
   marked @i{implementation-dependent}, although in some cases
   such documentation might simply identify the item as ``undefined.''
 
-@IGindex{implementation-independent}
+@IGindex implementation-independent
 @item @b{implementation-independent}
  @i{adj.} 
   used to identify or emphasize a behavior or aspect of @r{Common Lisp} which does 
   not vary between @i{conforming implementations}.
 
-@IGindex{implicit block}
+@IGindex implicit block
 @item @b{implicit block}
  @i{n.} 
  a @i{block} introduced by a @i{macro form} 
  rather than by an explicit @b{block} @i{form}.
 
-@IGindex{implicit compilation}
+@IGindex implicit compilation
 @item @b{implicit compilation}
  @i{n.} 
  @i{compilation} performed during @i{evaluation}.
 
-@IGindex{implicit progn}
+@IGindex implicit progn
 @item @b{implicit progn}
  @i{n.} 
   an ordered set of adjacent @i{forms} appearing in another
   @i{form}, and defined by their context in that @i{form}
   to be executed as if within a @b{progn}.
 
-@IGindex{implicit tagbody}
+@IGindex implicit tagbody
 @item @b{implicit tagbody}
  @i{n.} 
   an ordered set of adjacent @i{forms} and/or @i{tags} 
   appearing in another @i{form}, and defined by their context 
   in that @i{form} to be executed as if within a @b{tagbody}.
 
-@IGindex{import}
+@IGindex import
 @item @b{import}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{symbol} into a @i{package})
   to make the @i{symbol} be @i{present} in the @i{package}.
 
-@IGindex{improper list}
+@IGindex improper list
 @item @b{improper list}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{list} which is not a @i{proper list}:  
   a @i{circular list} or a @i{dotted list}.
 
-@IGindex{inaccessible}
+@IGindex inaccessible
 @item @b{inaccessible}
  @i{adj.} 
   not @i{accessible}.
 
-@IGindex{indefinite extent}
+@IGindex indefinite extent
 @item @b{indefinite extent}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{extent} whose duration is unlimited.
   ``Most Common Lisp objects have indefinite extent.''
 
-@IGindex{indefinite scope}
+@IGindex indefinite scope
 @item @b{indefinite scope}
  @i{n.} 
   @i{scope} that is unlimited.
 
-@IGindex{indicator}
+@IGindex indicator
 @item @b{indicator}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{property indicator}.
 
-@IGindex{indirect instance}
+@IGindex indirect instance
 @item @b{indirect instance}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{class} C_1)
   an @i{object} of @i{class} C_2, 
   where C_2 is a @i{subclass} of C_1.
   ``An integer is an indirect instance of the class @b{number}.''
 
-@IGindex{inherit}
+@IGindex inherit
 @item @b{inherit}
  @i{v.t.} 
   1. to receive or acquire a quality, trait, or characteristic; 
@@ -2894,24 +2894,24 @@ transitive verb
   3. (a @i{package}) to make @i{symbols} @i{exported} by another
      @i{package} @i{accessible} by using @b{use-package}.
 
-@IGindex{initial pprint dispatch table}
+@IGindex initial pprint dispatch table
 @item @b{initial pprint dispatch table}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{value} of @b{*print-pprint-dispatch*} at the time the @i{Lisp image} is started.
 
-@IGindex{initial readtable}
+@IGindex initial readtable
 @item @b{initial readtable}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{value} of @b{*readtable*} at the time the @i{Lisp image} is started.
 
-@IGindex{initialization argument list}
+@IGindex initialization argument list
 @item @b{initialization argument list}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{property list} of initialization argument @i{names} and @i{values}
   used in the protocol for initializing and reinitializing @i{instances} of @i{classes}.
   See @ref{Object Creation and Initialization}.
 
-@IGindex{initialization form}
+@IGindex initialization form
 @item @b{initialization form}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{form} used to supply the initial @i{value} for a @i{slot}
@@ -2919,7 +2919,7 @@ transitive verb
   ``The initialization form for a slot in a @b{defclass} form
             is introduced by the keyword @t{:initform}.''
 
-@IGindex{input}
+@IGindex input
 @item @b{input}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{stream})
   supporting input operations (@i{i.e.}, being a ``data source'').
@@ -2927,25 +2927,25 @@ transitive verb
   in which case it is sometimes called a @i{bidirectional} @i{stream}.
   See the @i{function} @b{input-stream-p}.
 
-@IGindex{instance}
+@IGindex instance
 @item @b{instance}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a @i{direct instance}.
   2. a @i{generalized instance}.
   3. an @i{indirect instance}.
 
-@IGindex{integer}
+@IGindex integer
 @item @b{integer}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{integer}, which represents a mathematical integer.
 
-@IGindex{interactive stream}
+@IGindex interactive stream
 @item @b{interactive stream}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{stream} on which it makes sense to perform interactive querying.
   See @ref{Interactive Streams}.
 
-@IGindex{intern}
+@IGindex intern
 @item @b{intern}
  @i{v.t.} 
   1. (a @i{string} in a @i{package})
@@ -2958,13 +2958,13 @@ transitive verb
      are equivalent or have equivalent names under some predicate defined
      by the protocol are mapped to a single canonical object.
 
-@IGindex{internal symbol}
+@IGindex internal symbol
 @item @b{internal symbol}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{package})
   a symbol which is @i{accessible} in the @i{package},
   but which is not an @i{external symbol} of the @i{package}.
 
-@IGindex{internal time}
+@IGindex internal time
 @item @b{internal time}
  @i{n.}
   @i{time}, represented as an @i{integer} number of @i{internal time units}.
@@ -2972,14 +2972,14 @@ transitive verb
   from an arbitrarily chosen, @i{implementation-dependent} base.
   See @ref{Internal Time}.
 
-@IGindex{internal time unit}
+@IGindex internal time unit
 @item @b{internal time unit}
  @i{n.} 
   a unit of time equal to 1/n of a second, 
   for some @i{implementation-defined} @i{integer} value of n.
   See the @i{variable} @b{internal-time-units-per-second}.
 
-@IGindex{interned}
+@IGindex interned
 @item @b{interned}
  @i{adj.} @i{Trad.} 
   1. (of a @i{symbol}) @i{accessible}_3 in
@@ -2987,7 +2987,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. (of a @i{symbol} in a specific @i{package}) 
      @i{present} in that @i{package}.
 
-@IGindex{interpreted function}
+@IGindex interpreted function
 @item @b{interpreted function}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{function} that is not a @i{compiled function}.
@@ -2995,7 +2995,7 @@ transitive verb
    has no @i{interpreted functions}, but a @i{conforming program}
    must not assume that all @i{functions} are @i{compiled functions}.)
 
-@IGindex{interpreted implementation}
+@IGindex interpreted implementation
 @item @b{interpreted implementation}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{implementation} that uses an execution strategy for 
@@ -3003,14 +3003,14 @@ transitive verb
   analysis pre-pass, and instead uses ``lazy'' (and sometimes repetitious)
   semantic analysis of @i{forms} as they are encountered during execution.
 
-@IGindex{interval designator}
+@IGindex interval designator
 @item @b{interval designator}
  @i{n.} (of @i{type} T)
   an ordered pair of @i{objects} that describe a @i{subtype} of T
   by delimiting an interval on the real number line.
   See @ref{Interval Designators}.
 
-@IGindex{invalid}
+@IGindex invalid
 @item @b{invalid}
  @i{n.}, @i{adj.}
   1. @i{n.}
@@ -3025,7 +3025,7 @@ transitive verb
      @i{constituent trait} @i{invalid}_1.
      See @i{Figure~2--8}.
 
-@IGindex{iteration form}
+@IGindex iteration form
 @item @b{iteration form}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{compound form} whose @i{operator} is named in Figure 26--3,
@@ -3045,7 +3045,7 @@ transitive verb
 @end group
 @end format
 
-@IGindex{iteration variable}
+@IGindex iteration variable
 @item @b{iteration variable}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{variable} V, the @i{binding} for which was created by an
@@ -3055,14 +3055,14 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{K}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{key}
+@IGindex key
 @item @b{key}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} used for selection during retrieval. 
   See @i{association list}, @i{property list}, and @i{hash table}.
   Also, see @ref{Sequence Concepts}.
 
-@IGindex{keyword}
+@IGindex keyword
 @item @b{keyword}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a @i{symbol} the @i{home package} of which is the @t{KEYWORD} @i{package}.
@@ -3071,7 +3071,7 @@ transitive verb
      See @b{lambda}.
   3. @i{Idiom.} a @i{lambda list keyword}.
 
-@IGindex{keyword parameter}
+@IGindex keyword parameter
 @item @b{keyword parameter}
  @i{n.}
   A @i{parameter} for which a corresponding keyword @i{argument}
@@ -3079,7 +3079,7 @@ transitive verb
   If the @i{argument} is not supplied, a default value is used.
   See also @i{supplied-p parameter}.
 
-@IGindex{keyword/value pair}
+@IGindex keyword/value pair
 @item @b{keyword/value pair}
  @i{n.} 
   two successive @i{elements} (a @i{keyword} and a @i{value}, 
@@ -3089,12 +3089,12 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{L}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{lambda combination}
+@IGindex lambda combination
 @item @b{lambda combination}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   a @i{lambda form}.
 
-@IGindex{lambda expression}
+@IGindex lambda expression
 @item @b{lambda expression}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{list} which can be used in place of a @i{function name} in 
@@ -3104,7 +3104,7 @@ transitive verb
   first element is the @i{symbol} @t{lambda}.
   See @b{lambda}.
 
-@IGindex{lambda form}
+@IGindex lambda form
 @item @b{lambda form}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{form} that is a @i{list} and that has a first element
@@ -3112,7 +3112,7 @@ transitive verb
   to be called on @i{arguments} which are the result of @i{evaluating}
   subsequent elements of the @i{lambda form}.
 
-@IGindex{lambda list}
+@IGindex lambda list
 @item @b{lambda list}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{list} that specifies a set of @i{parameters} 
@@ -3123,7 +3123,7 @@ transitive verb
   an @i{extended lambda list},
   or a @i{modified lambda list}.
 
-@IGindex{lambda list keyword}
+@IGindex lambda list keyword
 @item @b{lambda list keyword}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{symbol} whose @i{name} begins with @i{ampersand}
@@ -3131,19 +3131,19 @@ transitive verb
   Note that no @i{standardized} @i{lambda list keyword} 
   is in the @t{KEYWORD} @i{package}.
 
-@IGindex{lambda variable}
+@IGindex lambda variable
 @item @b{lambda variable}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{formal parameter}, used to emphasize the @i{variable}'s
   relation to the @i{lambda list} that @i{established} it.
 
-@IGindex{leaf}
+@IGindex leaf
 @item @b{leaf}
  @i{n.} 
   1. an @i{atom} in a @i{tree}_1.
   2. a terminal node of a @i{tree}_2.
 
-@IGindex{leap seconds}
+@IGindex leap seconds
 @item @b{leap seconds}
  @i{n.}
   additional one-second intervals of time that are occasionally inserted 
@@ -3152,7 +3152,7 @@ transitive verb
   @i{leap seconds}; every day is assumed to be exactly 86400 seconds 
   long.
 
-@IGindex{left-parenthesis}
+@IGindex left-parenthesis
 @item @b{left-parenthesis}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} ``@t{(}'',
@@ -3161,7 +3161,7 @@ transitive verb
    or ``open parenthesis''
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{length}
+@IGindex length
 @item @b{length}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{sequence})
   the number of @i{elements} in the @i{sequence}.
@@ -3170,12 +3170,12 @@ transitive verb
    @i{fill pointer} even though the total allocated size of
    the @i{vector} might be larger.)
 
-@IGindex{lexical binding}
+@IGindex lexical binding
 @item @b{lexical binding}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{binding} in a @i{lexical environment}.
 
-@IGindex{lexical closure}
+@IGindex lexical closure
 @item @b{lexical closure}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{function} that, when invoked on @i{arguments}, executes
@@ -3184,7 +3184,7 @@ transitive verb
   augmented by @i{bindings} of the @i{function}'s @i{parameters}
   to the corresponding @i{arguments}.
 
-@IGindex{lexical environment}
+@IGindex lexical environment
 @item @b{lexical environment}
  @i{n.} 
   that part of the @i{environment} that contains @i{bindings}
@@ -3200,20 +3200,20 @@ transitive verb
   and
      @i{local declarations} (see @b{declare}).
 
-@IGindex{lexical scope}
+@IGindex lexical scope
 @item @b{lexical scope}
  @i{n.} 
   @i{scope} that is limited to a spatial or textual region within the
   establishing @i{form}.
   ``The names of parameters to a function normally are lexically scoped.''
 
-@IGindex{lexical variable}
+@IGindex lexical variable
 @item @b{lexical variable}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{variable} the @i{binding} for which is in the
   @i{lexical environment}.
 
-@IGindex{Lisp image}
+@IGindex Lisp image
 @item @b{Lisp image}
  @i{n.}
   a running instantiation of a @r{Common Lisp} @i{implementation}.
@@ -3235,14 +3235,14 @@ transitive verb
     area that permits the sharing of some but not all @i{objects} are considered
     to be distinct @i{Lisp images}.)
 
-@IGindex{Lisp printer}
+@IGindex Lisp printer
 @item @b{Lisp printer}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   the procedure that prints the character representation of an
   @i{object} onto a @i{stream}. (This procedure is implemented
   by the @i{function} @b{write}.)
 
-@IGindex{Lisp read-eval-print loop}
+@IGindex Lisp read-eval-print loop
 @item @b{Lisp read-eval-print loop}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   an endless loop that @i{reads}_2 a @i{form},
@@ -3252,14 +3252,14 @@ transitive verb
   the default mode of interaction with @r{Common Lisp} during program development
   is through such a loop.
 
-@IGindex{Lisp reader}
+@IGindex Lisp reader
 @item @b{Lisp reader}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   the procedure that parses character representations of @i{objects}
   from a @i{stream}, producing @i{objects}.
   (This procedure is implemented by the @i{function} @b{read}.)
 
-@IGindex{list}
+@IGindex list
 @item @b{list}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a chain of @i{conses} in which the @i{car} of each
@@ -3271,7 +3271,7 @@ transitive verb
          or @i{circular list}.
   2. the @i{type} that is the union of @b{null} and @b{cons}.
 
-@IGindex{list designator}
+@IGindex list designator
 @item @b{list designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{list} of @i{objects}; that is,
@@ -3282,7 +3282,7 @@ transitive verb
           whose @i{element} is that @i{non-nil} @i{atom})
        or a @i{proper list} (denoting itself).
 
-@IGindex{list structure}
+@IGindex list structure
 @item @b{list structure}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{list})
   the set of @i{conses} that make up the @i{list}.
@@ -3301,7 +3301,7 @@ transitive verb
    that any @i{conses} that are @i{elements} of the @i{list} 
    are not involved.)
 
-@IGindex{literal}
+@IGindex literal
 @item @b{literal}
  @i{adj.} (of an @i{object})
   referenced directly in a program rather than being computed by the program;
@@ -3313,18 +3313,18 @@ transitive verb
             the expressions @t{"one"}, @t{("two")}, and @t{"two"}
             are literal objects.''
 
-@IGindex{load}
+@IGindex load
 @item @b{load}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{file})
   to cause the @i{code} contained in the @i{file} to be @i{executed}.
   See the @i{function} @b{load}.
 
-@IGindex{load time}
+@IGindex load time
 @item @b{load time}
  @i{n.}
   the duration of time that the loader is @i{loading} @i{compiled code}.
 
-@IGindex{load time value}
+@IGindex load time value
 @item @b{load time value}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} referred to in @i{code} by a @b{load-time-value} 
@@ -3334,13 +3334,13 @@ transitive verb
   computed once as part of the process of @i{loading} the @i{compiled file},
   and not again.  See the @i{special operator} @b{load-time-value}.
 
-@IGindex{loader}
+@IGindex loader
 @item @b{loader}
  @i{n.}
   a facility that is part of Lisp and that @i{loads} a @i{file}.
   See the @i{function} @b{load}.
 
-@IGindex{local declaration}
+@IGindex local declaration
 @item @b{local declaration}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{expression} which may appear only in specially designated
@@ -3348,26 +3348,26 @@ transitive verb
   the code contained within the containing @i{form}; 
   that is, a @b{declare} @i{expression}.
 
-@IGindex{local precedence order}
+@IGindex local precedence order
 @item @b{local precedence order}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{class})
   a @i{list} consisting of the @i{class} followed by its
   @i{direct superclasses} in the order mentioned in the defining
   @i{form} for the @i{class}.
 
-@IGindex{local slot}
+@IGindex local slot
 @item @b{local slot}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{class})
   a @i{slot} @i{accessible} in only one @i{instance}, 
   namely the @i{instance} in which the @i{slot} is allocated.
 
-@IGindex{logical block}
+@IGindex logical block
 @item @b{logical block}
  @i{n.}
   a conceptual grouping of related output used by the @i{pretty printer}.
   See the @i{macro} @b{pprint-logical-block} and @ref{Dynamic Control of the Arrangement of Output}.
 
-@IGindex{logical host}
+@IGindex logical host
 @item @b{logical host}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{implementation-dependent} nature 
@@ -3376,7 +3376,7 @@ transitive verb
   @i{logical pathnames} belonging to that host into @i{physical pathnames}.
   See @ref{Logical Pathnames}.
 
-@IGindex{logical host designator}
+@IGindex logical host designator
 @item @b{logical host designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{logical host}; that is,
@@ -3389,17 +3389,17 @@ transitive verb
    it is possible that an @i{implementation} might represent 
    a @i{logical host} as the @i{string} that names it.)
 
-@IGindex{logical pathname}
+@IGindex logical pathname
 @item @b{logical pathname}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{logical-pathname}.
 
-@IGindex{long float}
+@IGindex long float
 @item @b{long float}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{long-float}.
 
-@IGindex{loop keyword}
+@IGindex loop keyword
 @item @b{loop keyword}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.}
   a symbol that is a specially recognized part of the syntax of 
@@ -3407,7 +3407,7 @@ transitive verb
   @i{name} (using @b{string=}), not by their identity; as such, they
   may be in any package.  A @i{loop keyword} is not a @i{keyword}.
 
-@IGindex{lowercase}
+@IGindex lowercase
 @item @b{lowercase}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{character})
      being among @i{standard characters} corresponding to
@@ -3420,28 +3420,28 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{M}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{macro}
+@IGindex macro
 @item @b{macro}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a @i{macro form}
   2. a @i{macro function}.
   3. a @i{macro name}.
 
-@IGindex{macro character}
+@IGindex macro character
 @item @b{macro character}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{character} which, when encountered by the @i{Lisp reader} 
   in its main dispatch loop, introduces a @i{reader macro}_1.
   (@i{Macro characters} have nothing to do with @i{macros}.)
 
-@IGindex{macro expansion}
+@IGindex macro expansion
 @item @b{macro expansion}
  @i{n.} 
   1. the process of translating a @i{macro form} into another
      @i{form}.
   2. the @i{form} resulting from this process.
 
-@IGindex{macro form}
+@IGindex macro form
 @item @b{macro form}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{form} that stands for another @i{form} 
@@ -3452,7 +3452,7 @@ transitive verb
     or     a @i{form} that is a @i{symbol} that names a 
              @i{symbol macro}.
 
-@IGindex{macro function}
+@IGindex macro function
 @item @b{macro function}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{function} of two arguments, a @i{form} and an 
@@ -3460,26 +3460,26 @@ transitive verb
   producing a @i{form} to be evaluated in place of the original
   argument @i{form}.
 
-@IGindex{macro lambda list}
+@IGindex macro lambda list
 @item @b{macro lambda list}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{extended lambda list} used in @i{forms} that @i{establish}
   @i{macro} definitions, such as @b{defmacro} and @b{macrolet}.
   See @ref{Macro Lambda Lists}.
 
-@IGindex{macro name}
+@IGindex macro name
 @item @b{macro name}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{name} for which @b{macro-function} returns @i{true}
   and which when used as the first element of a @i{compound form}
   identifies that @i{form} as a @i{macro form}.
 
-@IGindex{macroexpand hook}
+@IGindex macroexpand hook
 @item @b{macroexpand hook}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{function} that is the @i{value} of @b{*macroexpand-hook*}.
 
-@IGindex{mapping}
+@IGindex mapping
 @item @b{mapping}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a type of iteration in which a @i{function} is successively 
@@ -3489,13 +3489,13 @@ transitive verb
      first set (the ``domain'') is assigned one element of the second
      set (the ``range'').
 
-@IGindex{metaclass}
+@IGindex metaclass
 @item @b{metaclass}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a @i{class} whose instances are @i{classes}.
   2. (of an @i{object}) the @i{class} of the @i{class} of the @i{object}.
 
-@IGindex{Metaobject Protocol}
+@IGindex Metaobject Protocol
 @item @b{Metaobject Protocol}
  @i{n.}
   one of many possible descriptions of how a @i{conforming implementation}
@@ -3507,7 +3507,7 @@ transitive verb
   consider making their @i{implementation} adhere to it where possible.
   It is described in detail in @i{The Art of the Metaobject Protocol}.
 
-@IGindex{method}
+@IGindex method
 @item @b{method}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} that is part of a @i{generic function} and which
@@ -3515,7 +3515,7 @@ transitive verb
   behave when its @i{arguments} are @i{objects} of certain
   @i{classes} or with certain identities.
 
-@IGindex{method combination}
+@IGindex method combination
 @item @b{method combination}
  @i{n.} 
   1. generally, the composition of a set of @i{methods} to produce an
@@ -3524,26 +3524,26 @@ transitive verb
      of how the @i{method combination}_1 for one or more 
      specific @i{generic functions} is to be performed.
 
-@IGindex{method-defining form}
+@IGindex method-defining form
 @item @b{method-defining form}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{form} that defines a @i{method} for a @i{generic function},
   whether explicitly or implicitly.  
   See @ref{Introduction to Generic Functions}.
 
-@IGindex{method-defining operator}
+@IGindex method-defining operator
 @item @b{method-defining operator}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{operator} corresponding to a @i{method-defining} @i{form}.
   See @i{Figure~7--1}.
 
-@IGindex{minimal compilation}
+@IGindex minimal compilation
 @item @b{minimal compilation}
  @i{n.}
   actions the @i{compiler} must take at compile time. 
   See @ref{Compilation Semantics}.
 
-@IGindex{modified lambda list}
+@IGindex modified lambda list
 @item @b{modified lambda list}
  @i{n.} 
   a list resembling an @i{ordinary lambda list} in form and purpose, 
@@ -3552,14 +3552,14 @@ transitive verb
   See @i{ordinary lambda list}.
   ``@b{deftype} uses a modified lambda list.''
 
-@IGindex{most recent}
+@IGindex most recent
 @item @b{most recent}
  @i{adj.}
   innermost;
   that is, having been @i{established} (and not yet @i{disestablished})
   more recently than any other of its kind.
 
-@IGindex{multiple escape}
+@IGindex multiple escape
 @item @b{multiple escape}
  @i{n.}, @i{adj.}
   1. @i{n.} the @i{syntax type} of a @i{character} 
@@ -3573,7 +3573,7 @@ transitive verb
      (In the @i{standard readtable},
       @i{vertical-bar} is a @i{multiple escape} @i{character}.)
 
-@IGindex{multiple values}
+@IGindex multiple values
 @item @b{multiple values}
  @i{n.} 
   1. more than one @i{value}.
@@ -3589,7 +3589,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{N}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{name}
+@IGindex name
 @item @b{name}
  @i{n.}, @i{v.t.} 
   1. @i{n.} an @i{identifier} by which an @i{object},
@@ -3611,7 +3611,7 @@ transitive verb
       which is not @i{null}.  Whether or not other @i{characters}
       have @i{names} is @i{implementation-dependent}.)
 
-@IGindex{named constant}
+@IGindex named constant
 @item @b{named constant}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{variable} that is defined by @r{Common Lisp},
@@ -3621,7 +3621,7 @@ transitive verb
   ``The value of a named constant may not be changed
             by assignment or by binding.''
 
-@IGindex{namespace}
+@IGindex namespace
 @item @b{namespace}
  @i{n.} 
   1. @i{bindings} whose denotations are restricted to a particular kind.
@@ -3629,7 +3629,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. any @i{mapping} whose domain is a set of @i{names}.
      ``A package defines a namespace.''
 
-@IGindex{namestring}
+@IGindex namestring
 @item @b{namestring}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{string} that represents a @i{filename}
@@ -3637,13 +3637,13 @@ transitive verb
          described in @ref{Syntax of Logical Pathname Namestrings},
      or some @i{implementation-defined} notation for naming a @i{physical pathname}.
 
-@IGindex{newline}
+@IGindex newline
 @item @b{newline}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} <@i{Newline}>,
   notated for the @i{Lisp reader} as @t{#\Newline}.
 
-@IGindex{next method}
+@IGindex next method
 @item @b{next method}
  @i{n.} 
   the next @i{method} to be invoked with respect to a given
@@ -3651,14 +3651,14 @@ transitive verb
   @i{classes}.  
   See @ref{Applying method combination to the sorted list of applicable methods}.
 
-@IGindex{nickname}
+@IGindex nickname
 @item @b{nickname}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{package})
   one of possibly several @i{names} that can be used to refer to
   the @i{package} but that is not the primary @i{name} 
   of the @i{package}.
 
-@IGindex{nil}
+@IGindex nil
 @item @b{nil}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{object} that is at once
@@ -3667,17 +3667,17 @@ transitive verb
         the @i{boolean} (or @i{generalized boolean}) representing @i{false},
     and the @i{name} of the @i{empty type}.
 
-@IGindex{non-atomic}
+@IGindex non-atomic
 @item @b{non-atomic}
  @i{adj.} 
   being other than an @i{atom}; @i{i.e.}, being a @i{cons}.
 
-@IGindex{non-constant variable}
+@IGindex non-constant variable
 @item @b{non-constant variable}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{variable} that is not a @i{constant variable}.
 
-@IGindex{non-correctable}
+@IGindex non-correctable
 @item @b{non-correctable}
  @i{adj.} (of an @i{error})
   not intentionally @i{correctable}.
@@ -3690,28 +3690,28 @@ transitive verb
    however, there is no actual requirement on @i{conforming programs}
    or @i{conforming implementations} imposed by this term.)
 
-@IGindex{non-empty}
+@IGindex non-empty
 @item @b{non-empty}
  @i{adj.}
   having at least one @i{element}.
 
-@IGindex{non-generic function}
+@IGindex non-generic function
 @item @b{non-generic function}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{function} that is not a @i{generic function}.
 
-@IGindex{non-graphic}
+@IGindex non-graphic
 @item @b{non-graphic}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{character})
   not @i{graphic}.
   See @ref{Graphic Characters}.
 
-@IGindex{non-list}
+@IGindex non-list
 @item @b{non-list}
  @i{n.}, @i{adj.} 
   other than a @i{list}; @i{i.e.}, a @i{non-nil} @i{atom}.
 
-@IGindex{non-local exit}
+@IGindex non-local exit
 @item @b{non-local exit}
  @i{n.} 
   a transfer of control (and sometimes @i{values}) to 
@@ -3719,7 +3719,7 @@ transitive verb
   ``The operators @b{go}, @b{throw}, 
 	    and @b{return-from} cause a non-local exit.''
 
-@IGindex{non-nil}
+@IGindex non-nil
 @item @b{non-nil}
  @i{n.}, @i{adj.} 
   not @b{nil}.  Technically, any @i{object} which is not @b{nil} can be
@@ -3727,44 +3727,44 @@ transitive verb
   of the @i{object} as a @i{generalized boolean}.
   Referring to such an @i{object} as @i{non-nil} avoids this implication.
 
-@IGindex{non-null lexical environment}
+@IGindex non-null lexical environment
 @item @b{non-null lexical environment}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{lexical environment} that has additional information not present in
   the @i{global environment}, such as one or more @i{bindings}.
 
-@IGindex{non-simple}
+@IGindex non-simple
 @item @b{non-simple}
  @i{adj.}
   not @i{simple}.
 
-@IGindex{non-terminating}
+@IGindex non-terminating
 @item @b{non-terminating}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{macro character})
   being such that it is treated as a constituent @i{character}
   when it appears in the middle of an extended token.
   See @ref{Reader Algorithm}.
 
-@IGindex{non-top-level form}
+@IGindex non-top-level form
 @item @b{non-top-level form}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{form} that, by virtue of its position as a @i{subform}
   of another @i{form}, is not a @i{top level form}.
   See @ref{Processing of Top Level Forms}.
 
-@IGindex{normal return}
+@IGindex normal return
 @item @b{normal return}
  @i{n.} 
   the natural transfer of control and @i{values} which occurs after
   the complete @i{execution} of a @i{form}.
 
-@IGindex{normalized}
+@IGindex normalized
 @item @b{normalized}
  @i{adj.}, @i{ANSI}, @i{IEEE} (of a @i{float})
   conforming to the description of ``normalized'' as described by @i{IEEE Standard for Binary Floating-Point Arithmetic}.
   See @i{denormalized}.
 
-@IGindex{null}
+@IGindex null
 @item @b{null}
  @i{adj.}, @i{n.} 
   1. @i{adj.} 
@@ -3784,17 +3784,17 @@ transitive verb
 	 if no specific value was requested.
   2. @i{n.} an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{null} (the only such @i{object} being @b{nil}).
 
-@IGindex{null lexical environment}
+@IGindex null lexical environment
 @item @b{null lexical environment}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{lexical environment} which has no @i{bindings}.
 
-@IGindex{number}
+@IGindex number
 @item @b{number}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{number}.
 
-@IGindex{numeric}
+@IGindex numeric
 @item @b{numeric}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{character})
      being one of the @i{standard characters} @t{0} through @i{9},
@@ -3805,7 +3805,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{O}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{object}
+@IGindex object
 @item @b{object}
  @i{n.} 
   1. any Lisp datum. 
@@ -3820,7 +3820,7 @@ transitive verb
      ``The function @b{symbol-function} takes a function name 
 	       and returns a function object.''
 
-@IGindex{object-traversing}
+@IGindex object-traversing
 @item @b{object-traversing}
  @i{adj.} 
   operating in succession on components of an @i{object}.
@@ -3828,14 +3828,14 @@ transitive verb
 	    @b{with-package-iterator} and @b{count}
  	    perform object-traversing operations.''
 
-@IGindex{open}
+@IGindex open
 @item @b{open}
  @i{adj.}, @i{v.t.} (a @i{file})
   1. @i{v.t.} to create and return a @i{stream} to the @i{file}.
   2. @i{adj.} (of a @i{stream})
      having been @i{opened}_1, but not yet @i{closed}.
 
-@IGindex{operator}
+@IGindex operator
 @item @b{operator}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a @i{function}, @i{macro}, or @i{special operator}.
@@ -3849,7 +3849,7 @@ transitive verb
      either an @i{operator}_2
      or a @i{lambda expression}, and which is never @t{(setf @i{symbol})}.
 
-@IGindex{optimize quality}
+@IGindex optimize quality
 @item @b{optimize quality}
  @i{n.} 
   one of several aspects of a program that might be optimizable by
@@ -3867,33 +3867,33 @@ transitive verb
     @t{speed} (of the object code).
   @i{Implementations} may define additional @i{optimize qualities}.
 
-@IGindex{optional parameter}
+@IGindex optional parameter
 @item @b{optional parameter}
  @i{n.}
   A @i{parameter} for which a corresponding positional @i{argument}
   is optional.  If the @i{argument} is not supplied, a default value
   is used.  See also @i{supplied-p parameter}.
 
-@IGindex{ordinary function}
+@IGindex ordinary function
 @item @b{ordinary function}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{function} that is not a @i{generic function}.
 
-@IGindex{ordinary lambda list}
+@IGindex ordinary lambda list
 @item @b{ordinary lambda list}
  @i{n.} 
   the kind of @i{lambda list} used by @b{lambda}.
   See @i{modified lambda list} and @i{extended lambda list}.
   ``@b{defun} uses an ordinary lambda list.''
 
-@IGindex{otherwise inaccessible part}
+@IGindex otherwise inaccessible part
 @item @b{otherwise inaccessible part}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{object}, O_1)
   an @i{object}, O_2, which would be made @i{inaccessible} if 
   O_1 were made @i{inaccessible}.  (Every @i{object} is an
   @i{otherwise inaccessible part} of itself.)
 
-@IGindex{output}
+@IGindex output
 @item @b{output}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{stream})
   supporting output operations (@i{i.e.}, being a ``data sink'').
@@ -3905,12 +3905,12 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{P}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{package}
+@IGindex package
 @item @b{package}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{package}.
 
-@IGindex{package cell}
+@IGindex package cell
 @item @b{package cell}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} (of a @i{symbol})
   The @i{place} in a @i{symbol} that holds one of
@@ -3919,7 +3919,7 @@ transitive verb
   @b{nil} if no such @i{package} exists or is known.
   See the @i{function} @b{symbol-package}.
 
-@IGindex{package designator}
+@IGindex package designator
 @item @b{package designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{package}; that is,
@@ -3931,7 +3931,7 @@ transitive verb
 		       or as one of its @i{nicknames}),
    or a @i{package} (denoting itself).
 
-@IGindex{package marker}
+@IGindex package marker
 @item @b{package marker}
  @i{n.} 
   a character which is used in the textual notation for a symbol 
@@ -3939,7 +3939,7 @@ transitive verb
   is @i{colon} in the @i{standard readtable}.
   See @ref{Character Syntax}.
 
-@IGindex{package prefix}
+@IGindex package prefix
 @item @b{package prefix}
  @i{n.} 
   a notation preceding the @i{name} of a @i{symbol} in text that is
@@ -3947,7 +3947,7 @@ transitive verb
   followed by one or more @i{package markers}, and which indicates that
   the symbol is looked up in the indicated @i{package}.
 
-@IGindex{package registry}
+@IGindex package registry
 @item @b{package registry}
  @i{n.}
   A mapping of @i{names} to @i{package} @i{objects}.
@@ -3959,7 +3959,7 @@ transitive verb
   and @b{list-all-packages} operate only on @i{packages} that exist
   in the @i{package registry}.
 
-@IGindex{pairwise}
+@IGindex pairwise
 @item @b{pairwise}
  @i{adv.} (of an adjective on a set)
   applying individually to all possible pairings of elements of the set.
@@ -3968,7 +3968,7 @@ transitive verb
             B and C are disjoint, and
             A and C are disjoint.''
 
-@IGindex{parallel}
+@IGindex parallel
 @item @b{parallel}
  @i{adj.} @i{Trad.} (of @i{binding} or @i{assignment})
   done in the style of @b{psetq}, @b{let}, or @b{do};
@@ -3978,7 +3978,7 @@ transitive verb
   since the @i{forms} that produce @i{values} are evaluated @i{sequentially}.
   See @i{sequential}.
 
-@IGindex{parameter}
+@IGindex parameter
 @item @b{parameter}
  @i{n.} 
   1. (of a @i{function})
@@ -3997,7 +3997,7 @@ transitive verb
      ``In @t{"~3,'0D"}, the number @t{3} and the character
 	       @t{#\0} are parameters to the @t{~D} format directive.''
 
-@IGindex{parameter specializer}
+@IGindex parameter specializer
 @item @b{parameter specializer}
  @i{n.} 
   1. (of a @i{method}) an @i{expression} which constrains the
@@ -4007,7 +4007,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. a @i{class},
      or a @i{list} @t{(eql @i{object})}.
 
-@IGindex{parameter specializer name}
+@IGindex parameter specializer name
 @item @b{parameter specializer name}
  @i{n.} 
   1. (of a @i{method} definition) an expression used in code to
@@ -4019,7 +4019,7 @@ transitive verb
 
      or a @i{list} @t{(eql @i{form})}.
 
-@IGindex{pathname}
+@IGindex pathname
 @item @b{pathname}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{pathname}, which is a structured representation 
@@ -4031,7 +4031,7 @@ transitive verb
     a ``type,'' and
     a ``version.''
 
-@IGindex{pathname designator}
+@IGindex pathname designator
 @item @b{pathname designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{pathname}; that is,
@@ -4048,7 +4048,7 @@ transitive verb
     or a @i{pathname} (denoting itself).
   See @ref{File Operations on Open and Closed Streams}.
 
-@IGindex{physical pathname}
+@IGindex physical pathname
 @item @b{physical pathname}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{pathname} that is not a @i{logical pathname}.
@@ -4058,24 +4058,24 @@ transitive verb
 	         abstract concept, and the other to an object (a form), but the usages
 		 have become blurred.]
 
-@IGindex{place}
+@IGindex place
 @item @b{place}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a @i{form} which is suitable for use as a @i{generalized reference}.
   2. the conceptual location referred to by such a @i{place}_1.
 
-@IGindex{plist}
+@IGindex plist
 @item @b{plist}
  pronounced 'p\=e ,list  @i{n.} 
   a @i{property list}.
 
-@IGindex{portable}
+@IGindex portable
 @item @b{portable}
  @i{adj.} (of @i{code})
   required to produce equivalent results and observable side effects
   in all @i{conforming implementations}.
 
-@IGindex{potential copy}
+@IGindex potential copy
 @item @b{potential copy}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{object} O_1 subject to constriants)
   an @i{object} O_2 that if the specified constraints are satisfied
@@ -4084,7 +4084,7 @@ transitive verb
   resembles a @i{copy} of O_1 except that it has been modified as
   necessary to satisfy the constraints.
 
-@IGindex{potential number}
+@IGindex potential number
 @item @b{potential number}
  @i{n.} 
   A textual notation that might be parsed by the @i{Lisp reader} 
@@ -4094,7 +4094,7 @@ transitive verb
   a @i{number} or it is not.
   See @ref{Potential Numbers as Tokens}.
 
-@IGindex{pprint dispatch table}
+@IGindex pprint dispatch table
 @item @b{pprint dispatch table}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} that can be the @i{value} of @b{*print-pprint-dispatch*} 
@@ -4102,13 +4102,13 @@ transitive verb
   @b{*print-pretty*} is @i{true}.
   See @ref{Pretty Print Dispatch Tables}.
 
-@IGindex{predicate}
+@IGindex predicate
 @item @b{predicate}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{function} that returns a @i{generalized boolean}
   as its first value.
 
-@IGindex{present}
+@IGindex present
 @item @b{present}
  @i{n.}
   1. (of a @i{feature} in a @i{Lisp image})
@@ -4118,12 +4118,12 @@ transitive verb
      being accessible in that @i{package} directly,
      rather than being inherited from another @i{package}.
 
-@IGindex{pretty print}
+@IGindex pretty print
 @item @b{pretty print}
  @i{v.t.} (an @i{object})
   to invoke the @i{pretty printer} on the @i{object}.
 
-@IGindex{pretty printer}
+@IGindex pretty printer
 @item @b{pretty printer}
  @i{n.} 
   the procedure that prints the character representation of an
@@ -4134,14 +4134,14 @@ transitive verb
   makes it easier for human readers to parse visually.
   See the @i{variable} @b{*print-pprint-dispatch*} and @ref{The Lisp Pretty Printer}.
 
-@IGindex{pretty printing stream}
+@IGindex pretty printing stream
 @item @b{pretty printing stream}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{stream} that does pretty printing.  Such streams are created by
   the @i{function} @b{pprint-logical-block} as a link between the output stream 
   and the logical block.
 
-@IGindex{primary method}
+@IGindex primary method
 @item @b{primary method}
  @i{n.} 
   a member of one of two sets of @i{methods} 
@@ -4151,7 +4151,7 @@ transitive verb
   How these sets are determined is dependent on the @i{method combination} type;
   see @ref{Introduction to Methods}.
 
-@IGindex{primary value}
+@IGindex primary value
 @item @b{primary value}
  @i{n.} (of @i{values} resulting from the
 				   @i{evaluation} of a @i{form})
@@ -4159,7 +4159,7 @@ transitive verb
   ``The primary value returned by @b{truncate} is an
             integer quotient, truncated toward zero.''
 
-@IGindex{principal}
+@IGindex principal
 @item @b{principal}
  @i{adj.} (of a value returned by a @r{Common Lisp} @i{function} that
 			        implements a mathematically irrational or transcendental 
@@ -4168,12 +4168,12 @@ transitive verb
   mathematical function, being the particular @i{value} which the corresponding
   @r{Common Lisp} @i{function} has been defined to return.
 
-@IGindex{print name}
+@IGindex print name
 @item @b{print name}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} (usually of a @i{symbol})
   a @i{name}_3.
 
-@IGindex{printer control variable}
+@IGindex printer control variable
 @item @b{printer control variable}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{variable} whose specific purpose is to control some action
@@ -4182,109 +4182,109 @@ transitive verb
   or else some @i{implementation-defined} @i{variable} which is
      defined by the @i{implementation} to be a @i{printer control variable}.
 
-@IGindex{printer escaping}
+@IGindex printer escaping
 @item @b{printer escaping}
  @i{n.}
   The combined state of the @i{printer control variables}
   @b{*print-escape*} and @b{*print-readably*}.
   If the value of either @b{*print-readably*} or @b{*print-escape*} is @i{true}, 
   then @i{printer escaping}
-@IGindex{printer escaping}
+@IGindex printer escaping
  is ``enabled'';
   otherwise (if the values of both @b{*print-readably*} and @b{*print-escape*}
 	     are @i{false}), 
   then @i{printer escaping} is ``disabled''.
 
-@IGindex{printing}
+@IGindex printing
 @item @b{printing}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{character})
   being a @i{graphic} @i{character} other than @i{space}.
 
-@IGindex{process}
+@IGindex process
 @item @b{process}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{form} by the @i{compiler})
   to perform @i{minimal compilation}, determining the time of 
   evaluation for a @i{form}, and possibly @i{evaluating} that
   @i{form} (if required).
 
-@IGindex{processor}
+@IGindex processor
 @item @b{processor}
  @i{n.}, @i{ANSI}
   an @i{implementation}.
 
-@IGindex{proclaim}
+@IGindex proclaim
 @item @b{proclaim}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{proclamation})
   to @i{establish} that @i{proclamation}.
 
-@IGindex{proclamation}
+@IGindex proclamation
 @item @b{proclamation}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{global declaration}.
 
-@IGindex{prog tag}
+@IGindex prog tag
 @item @b{prog tag}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   a @i{go tag}.
 
-@IGindex{program}
+@IGindex program
 @item @b{program}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   @r{Common Lisp} @i{code}.
 
-@IGindex{programmer}
+@IGindex programmer
 @item @b{programmer}
  @i{n.}
   an active entity, typically a human, that writes a @i{program},
   and that might or might not also be a @i{user} of the @i{program}.
 
-@IGindex{programmer code}
+@IGindex programmer code
 @item @b{programmer code}
  @i{n.} 
   @i{code} that is supplied by the programmer;
   that is, @i{code} that is not @i{system code}.
 
-@IGindex{proper list}
+@IGindex proper list
 @item @b{proper list}
  @i{n.} 
   A @i{list} terminated by the @i{empty list}.
   (The @i{empty list} is a @i{proper list}.)
   See @i{improper list}.
 
-@IGindex{proper name}
+@IGindex proper name
 @item @b{proper name}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{class})
   a @i{symbol} that @i{names} the @i{class} whose @i{name}
   is that @i{symbol}. 
   See the @i{functions} @b{class-name} and @b{find-class}.
 
-@IGindex{proper sequence}
+@IGindex proper sequence
 @item @b{proper sequence}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{sequence} which is not an @i{improper list}; 
   that is, a @i{vector} or a @i{proper list}.
 
-@IGindex{proper subtype}
+@IGindex proper subtype
 @item @b{proper subtype}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{type})
   a @i{subtype} of the @i{type} which is not the @i{same} @i{type}
   as the @i{type} (@i{i.e.}, its @i{elements} are a ``proper subset'' of the 
   @i{type}).
 
-@IGindex{property}
+@IGindex property
 @item @b{property}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{property list})
   1. a conceptual pairing of a @i{property indicator} and its
      associated @i{property value} on a @i{property list}.
   2. a @i{property value}.
 
-@IGindex{property indicator}
+@IGindex property indicator
 @item @b{property indicator}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{property list}) 
   the @i{name} part of a @i{property}, used as a @i{key}
   when looking up a @i{property value} on a @i{property list}. 
 
-@IGindex{property list}
+@IGindex property list
 @item @b{property list}
  @i{n.} 
 
@@ -4298,14 +4298,14 @@ transitive verb
   2. (of a @i{symbol})
      the component of the @i{symbol} containing a @i{property list}.
 
-@IGindex{property value}
+@IGindex property value
 @item @b{property value}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{property indicator} on 
 				  a @i{property list})
   the @i{object} associated with the @i{property indicator}
   on the @i{property list}.
 
-@IGindex{purports to conform}
+@IGindex purports to conform
 @item @b{purports to conform}
  @i{v.}
   makes a good-faith claim of conformance.  
@@ -4321,12 +4321,12 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{Q}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{qualified method}
+@IGindex qualified method
 @item @b{qualified method}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{method} that has one or more @i{qualifiers}.
 
-@IGindex{qualifier}
+@IGindex qualifier
 @item @b{qualifier}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{method} for a @i{generic function})
   one of possibly several @i{objects} used to annotate the @i{method} 
@@ -4337,13 +4337,13 @@ transitive verb
   and
    the semantics of those @i{qualifiers}.
 
-@IGindex{query I/O}
+@IGindex query I/O
 @item @b{query I/O}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{bidirectional} @i{stream}
   that is the @i{value} of the @i{variable} @b{*query-io*}.
 
-@IGindex{quoted object}
+@IGindex quoted object
 @item @b{quoted object}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} which is the second element of a
@@ -4353,7 +4353,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{R}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{radix}
+@IGindex radix
 @item @b{radix}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{integer} between 2 and 36, inclusive, which can be used 
@@ -4369,23 +4369,23 @@ transitive verb
    than @t{10}, so ``9b8a'' and ``9B8A'' denote the same @i{radix}
    @t{16} number.)
 
-@IGindex{random state}
+@IGindex random state
 @item @b{random state}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{random-state}.
 
-@IGindex{rank}
+@IGindex rank
 @item @b{rank}
  @i{n.} 
   a non-negative @i{integer} indicating the number of
   @i{dimensions} of an @i{array}.
 
-@IGindex{ratio}
+@IGindex ratio
 @item @b{ratio}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{ratio}.
 
-@IGindex{ratio marker}
+@IGindex ratio marker
 @item @b{ratio marker}
  @i{n.} 
   a character which is used in the textual notation for a @i{ratio}
@@ -4393,12 +4393,12 @@ transitive verb
   is @i{slash} in the @i{standard readtable}.
   See @ref{Character Syntax}.
 
-@IGindex{rational}
+@IGindex rational
 @item @b{rational}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{rational}.
 
-@IGindex{read}
+@IGindex read
 @item @b{read}
  @i{v.t.} 
 
@@ -4408,19 +4408,19 @@ transitive verb
   2. (an @i{object} from a @i{stream})
      to parse an @i{object} from its representation on the @i{stream}.
 
-@IGindex{readably}
+@IGindex readably
 @item @b{readably}
  @i{adv.} (of a manner of printing an @i{object} O_1)
   in such a way as to permit the @i{Lisp Reader} to later @i{parse}
   the printed output into an @i{object} O_2 that is @i{similar} to O_1.
 
-@IGindex{reader}
+@IGindex reader
 @item @b{reader}
  @i{n.}
   1. a @i{function} that @i{reads}_1 a @i{variable} or @i{slot}.
   2. the @i{Lisp reader}.
 
-@IGindex{reader macro}
+@IGindex reader macro
 @item @b{reader macro}
  @i{n.}
   1. a textual notation introduced by dispatch on one or two @i{characters} 
@@ -4434,19 +4434,19 @@ transitive verb
           @i{character} that follows it.
   (A @i{reader macro} is not a kind of @i{macro}.)
 
-@IGindex{reader macro function}
+@IGindex reader macro function
 @item @b{reader macro function}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{function} @i{designator} that denotes a @i{function}
   that implements a @i{reader macro}_2.
   See the @i{functions} @b{set-macro-character} and @b{set-dispatch-macro-character}.
 
-@IGindex{readtable}
+@IGindex readtable
 @item @b{readtable}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{readtable}.
 
-@IGindex{readtable case}
+@IGindex readtable case
 @item @b{readtable case}
  @i{n.}
   an attribute of a @i{readtable}
@@ -4457,7 +4457,7 @@ transitive verb
         and the @i{Lisp printer}.
   See @ref{Effect of Readtable Case on the Lisp Reader} and @ref{Effect of Readtable Case on the Lisp Printer}.
 
-@IGindex{readtable designator}
+@IGindex readtable designator
 @item @b{readtable designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{readtable}; that is,
@@ -4466,14 +4466,14 @@ transitive verb
        @b{nil} (denoting the @i{standard readtable}),
     or a @i{readtable} (denoting itself).
 
-@IGindex{recognizable subtype}
+@IGindex recognizable subtype
 @item @b{recognizable subtype}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{type})
   a @i{subtype} of the @i{type} which can be reliably detected 
   to be such by the @i{implementation}.
   See the @i{function} @b{subtypep}.
 
-@IGindex{reference}
+@IGindex reference
 @item @b{reference}
  @i{n.}, @i{v.t.} 
   1. @i{n.} an act or occurrence of referring to an @i{object},
@@ -4483,7 +4483,7 @@ transitive verb
      @i{exit point}, a @i{tag}, or an @i{environment},
      usually by @i{name}.
 
-@IGindex{registered package}
+@IGindex registered package
 @item @b{registered package}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{package} @i{object} that is installed in the @i{package registry}.
@@ -4494,7 +4494,7 @@ transitive verb
    are @i{registered packages}.  @i{Registered packages} can be turned into
    @i{unregistered packages} by @b{delete-package}.)
 
-@IGindex{relative}
+@IGindex relative
 @item @b{relative}
  @i{adj.}
   1. (of a @i{time})
@@ -4511,45 +4511,45 @@ transitive verb
 	       pathname if the host file system is Unix.''
   See @i{absolute}.
 
-@IGindex{repertoire}
+@IGindex repertoire
 @item @b{repertoire}
  @i{n.}, @i{ISO}
   a @i{subtype} of @b{character}.  See @ref{Character Repertoires}.
 
-@IGindex{report}
+@IGindex report
 @item @b{report}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{condition})
   to @i{call} the @i{function} @b{print-object} on the @i{condition} 
   in an @i{environment} where the @i{value} of @b{*print-escape*} is @i{false}.
 
-@IGindex{report message}
+@IGindex report message
 @item @b{report message}
  @i{n.}
   the text that is output by a @i{condition reporter}.
 
-@IGindex{required parameter}
+@IGindex required parameter
 @item @b{required parameter}
  @i{n.}
   A @i{parameter} for which a corresponding positional @i{argument}
   must be supplied when @i{calling} the @i{function}.
 
-@IGindex{rest list}
+@IGindex rest list
 @item @b{rest list}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{function} having a @i{rest parameter})
   The @i{list} to which the @i{rest parameter} is @i{bound} on some
   particular @i{call} to the @i{function}.
 
-@IGindex{rest parameter}
+@IGindex rest parameter
 @item @b{rest parameter}
  @i{n.}
   A @i{parameter} which was introduced by @b{&rest}.
 
-@IGindex{restart}
+@IGindex restart
 @item @b{restart}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{restart}.
 
-@IGindex{restart designator}
+@IGindex restart designator
 @item @b{restart designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{restart}; that is,
@@ -4560,7 +4560,7 @@ transitive verb
 	  @i{restart} whose @i{name} is that @i{symbol}),
     or a @i{restart} (denoting itself).
 
-@IGindex{restart function}
+@IGindex restart function
 @item @b{restart function}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{function} that invokes a @i{restart}, as if by @b{invoke-restart}.
@@ -4581,7 +4581,7 @@ transitive verb
 @end group
 @end format
 
-@IGindex{return}
+@IGindex return
 @item @b{return}
  @i{v.t.} (of @i{values})
   1. (from a @i{block}) to transfer control and @i{values} from the @i{block};
@@ -4589,12 +4589,12 @@ transitive verb
      without doing any further evaluation of the @i{forms} in its body.
   2. (from a @i{form}) to @i{yield} the @i{values}.
 
-@IGindex{return value}
+@IGindex return value
 @item @b{return value}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} 
   a @i{value}_1
 
-@IGindex{right-parenthesis}
+@IGindex right-parenthesis
 @item @b{right-parenthesis}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} ``@t{)}'',
@@ -4603,25 +4603,25 @@ transitive verb
    or ``close parenthesis''
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{run time}
+@IGindex run time
 @item @b{run time}
  @i{n.}
   1. @i{load time}
   2. @i{execution time}
 
-@IGindex{run-time compiler}
+@IGindex run-time compiler
 @item @b{run-time compiler}
  @i{n.}
   refers to the @b{compile} function or to @i{implicit compilation}, 
   for which the compilation and run-time @i{environments} are maintained 
   in the same @i{Lisp image}.
 
-@IGindex{run-time definition}
+@IGindex run-time definition
 @item @b{run-time definition}
  @i{n.}
   a definition in the @i{run-time environment}.
 
-@IGindex{run-time environment}
+@IGindex run-time environment
 @item @b{run-time environment}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{environment} in which a program is @i{executed}.
@@ -4630,7 +4630,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{S}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{safe}
+@IGindex safe
 @item @b{safe}
  @i{adj.} 
   1. (of @i{code})
@@ -4639,7 +4639,7 @@ transitive verb
      See @b{optimize}.
   2. (of a @i{call}) a @i{safe call}.
 
-@IGindex{safe call}
+@IGindex safe call
 @item @b{safe call}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{call} in which 
@@ -4649,7 +4649,7 @@ transitive verb
   are all @i{safe}_1 @i{code}.
   For more detailed information, see @ref{Safe and Unsafe Calls}.
 
-@IGindex{same}
+@IGindex same
 @item @b{same}
  @i{adj.} 
   1. (of @i{objects} under a specified @i{predicate}) 
@@ -4672,7 +4672,7 @@ transitive verb
 				      @t{(unsigned-byte 1)},
 				  and @t{bit} are the same.''
 
-@IGindex{satisfy the test}
+@IGindex satisfy the test
 @item @b{satisfy the test}
  @i{v.} 
        (of an @i{object} being considered by a @i{sequence function})
@@ -4699,7 +4699,7 @@ transitive verb
      returns @i{false} given the same @i{arguments}.
      See @ref{Satisfying a Two-Argument Test}.
 
-@IGindex{scope}
+@IGindex scope
 @item @b{scope}
  @i{n.} 
   the structural or textual region of code in which @i{references} 
@@ -4707,13 +4707,13 @@ transitive verb
   a @i{tag}, or an @i{environment} (usually by @i{name}) 
   can occur.
 
-@IGindex{script}
+@IGindex script
 @item @b{script}
  @i{n.} @i{ISO}
   one of possibly several sets that form an @i{exhaustive partition}
   of the type @b{character}.  See @ref{Character Scripts}.
 
-@IGindex{secondary value}
+@IGindex secondary value
 @item @b{secondary value}
  @i{n.} (of @i{values} resulting from the
 				   @i{evaluation} of a @i{form})
@@ -4721,13 +4721,13 @@ transitive verb
   or else @b{nil} if there are fewer than two @i{values}.
   ``The secondary value returned by @b{truncate} is a remainder.''
 
-@IGindex{section}
+@IGindex section
 @item @b{section}
  @i{n.}
   a partitioning of output by a @i{conditional newline} on a @i{pretty printing stream}.
   See @ref{Dynamic Control of the Arrangement of Output}.
 
-@IGindex{self-evaluating object}
+@IGindex self-evaluating object
 @item @b{self-evaluating object}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{object} that is neither a @i{symbol} nor a
@@ -4736,7 +4736,7 @@ transitive verb
   it @i{yields} itself as its only @i{value}.
   ``Strings are self-evaluating objects.''
 
-@IGindex{semi-standard}
+@IGindex semi-standard
 @item @b{semi-standard}
  @i{adj.} (of a language feature)
   not required to be implemented by any @i{conforming implementation},
@@ -4747,19 +4747,19 @@ transitive verb
   among @i{implementations} that might stand in the way of future 
   standardization.
 
-@IGindex{semicolon}
+@IGindex semicolon
 @item @b{semicolon}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is called ``semicolon'' (@t{;}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{sequence}
+@IGindex sequence
 @item @b{sequence}
  @i{n.} 
   1. an ordered collection of elements
   2. a @i{vector} or a @i{list}.
 
-@IGindex{sequence function}
+@IGindex sequence function
 @item @b{sequence function}
  @i{n.}
   one of the @i{functions} in @i{Figure~17--1},
@@ -4767,7 +4767,7 @@ transitive verb
      that operates on one or more @i{sequences}.
      and that is defined by the @i{implementation} to be a @i{sequence function}.
 
-@IGindex{sequential}
+@IGindex sequential
 @item @b{sequential}
  @i{adj.} @i{Trad.} (of @i{binding} or @i{assignment})
   done in the style of @b{setq}, @b{let*}, or @b{do*};
@@ -4775,12 +4775,12 @@ transitive verb
   with the @i{assignments} or @i{bindings} of the @i{variables} (or @i{places}).
   See @i{parallel}.
 
-@IGindex{sequentially}
+@IGindex sequentially
 @item @b{sequentially}
  @i{adv.}
   in a @i{sequential} way.
 
-@IGindex{serious condition}
+@IGindex serious condition
 @item @b{serious condition}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{condition} of @i{type} @b{serious-condition}, 
@@ -4788,26 +4788,26 @@ transitive verb
   severe that entry into the @i{debugger} should be expected if 
   the @i{condition} is @i{signaled} but not @i{handled}.
 
-@IGindex{session}
+@IGindex session
 @item @b{session}
  @i{n.}
   the conceptual aggregation of events in a @i{Lisp image} from the time
   it is started to the time it is terminated.
 
-@IGindex{set}
+@IGindex set
 @item @b{set}
  @i{v.t.} @i{Trad.} (any @i{variable}
 				     or a @i{symbol} that 
 				        is the @i{name} of a @i{dynamic variable})
   to @i{assign} the @i{variable}.
 
-@IGindex{setf expander}
+@IGindex setf expander
 @item @b{setf expander}
  @i{n.} 
   a function used by @b{setf} to compute the @i{setf expansion}
   of a @i{place}.
 
-@IGindex{setf expansion}
+@IGindex setf expansion
 @item @b{setf expansion}
  @i{n.} 
   a set of five @i{expressions}_1 that, taken together, describe 
@@ -4816,17 +4816,17 @@ transitive verb
        @i{place} are evaluated.
   See @ref{Setf Expansions}.
 
-@IGindex{setf function}
+@IGindex setf function
 @item @b{setf function}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{function} whose @i{name} is @t{(setf @i{symbol})}.
 
-@IGindex{setf function name}
+@IGindex setf function name
 @item @b{setf function name}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{symbol} @i{S})
   the @i{list} @t{(setf @i{S})}.
 
-@IGindex{shadow}
+@IGindex shadow
 @item @b{shadow}
  @i{v.t.} 
   1. to override the meaning of.
@@ -4838,12 +4838,12 @@ transitive verb
      ``That package shadows the symbol @t{cl:car} with
                its own symbol @t{car}.''
 
-@IGindex{shadowing symbol}
+@IGindex shadowing symbol
 @item @b{shadowing symbol}
  @i{n.} (in a @i{package})
   an @i{element} of the @i{package}'s @i{shadowing symbols list}.
 
-@IGindex{shadowing symbols list}
+@IGindex shadowing symbols list
 @item @b{shadowing symbols list}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{package})
   a @i{list}, associated with the @i{package}, 
@@ -4851,7 +4851,7 @@ transitive verb
   detected when packages are @i{used}.
   See the @i{function} @b{package-shadowing-symbols}.
 
-@IGindex{shared slot}
+@IGindex shared slot
 @item @b{shared slot}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{class}) 
   a @i{slot} @i{accessible} in more than one @i{instance} 
@@ -4860,31 +4860,31 @@ transitive verb
   @i{indirect instances} whose @i{class} does not 
   @i{shadow}_1 the @i{slot}.
 
-@IGindex{sharpsign}
+@IGindex sharpsign
 @item @b{sharpsign}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is variously called ``number sign,'' ``sharp,''
   or ``sharp sign'' (@t{#}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{short float}
+@IGindex short float
 @item @b{short float}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{short-float}.
 
-@IGindex{sign}
+@IGindex sign
 @item @b{sign}
  @i{n.} 
   one of the @i{standard characters} ``@t{+}'' or ``@t{-}''.
 
-@IGindex{signal}
+@IGindex signal
 @item @b{signal}
  @i{v.} 
   to announce, using a standard protocol, that a particular situation,
   represented by a @i{condition}, has been detected.  
   See @ref{Condition System Concepts}.
 
-@IGindex{signature}
+@IGindex signature
 @item @b{signature}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{method})
   a description of the @i{parameters} and
@@ -4894,12 +4894,12 @@ transitive verb
   @i{argument} conventions for its other, non-required 
   @i{arguments}.
 
-@IGindex{similar}
+@IGindex similar
 @item @b{similar}
  @i{adj.} (of two @i{objects})
   defined to be equivalent under the @i{similarity} relationship.
 
-@IGindex{similarity}
+@IGindex similarity
 @item @b{similarity}
  @i{n.}
   a two-place conceptual equivalence predicate, 
@@ -4908,7 +4908,7 @@ transitive verb
   can be understood to be equivalent under this predicate.
   See @ref{Literal Objects in Compiled Files}.
 
-@IGindex{simple}
+@IGindex simple
 @item @b{simple}
  @i{adj.}
   1. (of an @i{array}) being of @i{type} @b{simple-array}.
@@ -4917,38 +4917,38 @@ transitive verb
      or else having @i{implementation-defined} @i{attributes}
       each of which has the @i{null} value for that @i{attribute}.
 
-@IGindex{simple array}
+@IGindex simple array
 @item @b{simple array}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{array} of @i{type} @b{simple-array}.
 
-@IGindex{simple bit array}
+@IGindex simple bit array
 @item @b{simple bit array}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{bit array} that is a @i{simple array};
   that is, an @i{object} of @i{type} @t{(simple-array bit)}.
 
-@IGindex{simple bit vector}
+@IGindex simple bit vector
 @item @b{simple bit vector}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{bit vector} of @i{type} @b{simple-bit-vector}.
 
-@IGindex{simple condition}
+@IGindex simple condition
 @item @b{simple condition}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{condition} of @i{type} @b{simple-condition}.
 
-@IGindex{simple general vector}
+@IGindex simple general vector
 @item @b{simple general vector}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{simple vector}.
 
-@IGindex{simple string}
+@IGindex simple string
 @item @b{simple string}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{string} of @i{type} @b{simple-string}.
 
-@IGindex{simple vector}
+@IGindex simple vector
 @item @b{simple vector}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{vector} of @i{type} @b{simple-vector},
@@ -4956,7 +4956,7 @@ transitive verb
   Not all @i{vectors} that are @i{simple} are @i{simple vectors}---only
   those that have @i{element type} @b{t}.
 
-@IGindex{single escape}
+@IGindex single escape
 @item @b{single escape}
  @i{n.}, @i{adj.}
   1. @i{n.} the @i{syntax type} of a @i{character} 
@@ -4970,12 +4970,12 @@ transitive verb
      (In the @i{standard readtable},
       @i{slash} is the only @i{single escape}.)
 
-@IGindex{single float}
+@IGindex single float
 @item @b{single float}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{single-float}.
 
-@IGindex{single-quote}
+@IGindex single-quote
 @item @b{single-quote}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is variously called
@@ -4985,18 +4985,18 @@ transitive verb
    or ``single quote'' (@t{'}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{singleton}
+@IGindex singleton
 @item @b{singleton}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{sequence})
   having only one @i{element}.
   ``@t{(list 'hello)} returns a singleton list.''
 
-@IGindex{situation}
+@IGindex situation
 @item @b{situation}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{evaluation} of a @i{form} in a specific @i{environment}.
 
-@IGindex{slash}
+@IGindex slash
 @item @b{slash}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is variously called
@@ -5004,19 +5004,19 @@ transitive verb
     or ``slash'' (@t{/}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{slot}
+@IGindex slot
 @item @b{slot}
  @i{n.} 
   a component of an @i{object} that can store a @i{value}.
 
-@IGindex{slot specifier}
+@IGindex slot specifier
 @item @b{slot specifier}
  @i{n.}
   a representation of a @i{slot} 
   that includes the @i{name} of the @i{slot} and zero or more @i{slot} options.
   A @i{slot} option pertains only to a single @i{slot}.
 
-@IGindex{source code}
+@IGindex source code
 @item @b{source code}
  @i{n.} 
   @i{code} representing @i{objects} suitable for @i{evaluation}
@@ -5025,19 +5025,19 @@ transitive verb
 
     or by @i{compiler macro expansion}).
 
-@IGindex{source file}
+@IGindex source file
 @item @b{source file}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{file} which contains a textual representation of @i{source code},
   that can be edited, @i{loaded}, or @i{compiled}.
 
-@IGindex{space}
+@IGindex space
 @item @b{space}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} <@i{Space}>,
   notated for the @i{Lisp reader} as @t{#\Space}.
 
-@IGindex{special form}
+@IGindex special form
 @item @b{special form}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{list}, other than a @i{macro form}, which is a
@@ -5046,7 +5046,7 @@ transitive verb
   @i{environment} or control flow or both.  The first element of
   a @i{special form} is a @i{special operator}.
 
-@IGindex{special operator}
+@IGindex special operator
 @item @b{special operator}
  @i{n.} 
   one of a fixed set of @i{symbols}, 
@@ -5054,19 +5054,19 @@ transitive verb
   that may appear in the @i{car} of
   a @i{form} in order to identify the @i{form} as a @i{special form}.
 
-@IGindex{special variable}
+@IGindex special variable
 @item @b{special variable}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.}
   a @i{dynamic variable}.
 
-@IGindex{specialize}
+@IGindex specialize
 @item @b{specialize}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{generic function})
   to define a @i{method} for the @i{generic function}, or in other words,
   to refine the behavior of the @i{generic function} by giving it a specific
   meaning for a particular set of @i{classes} or @i{arguments}. 
 
-@IGindex{specialized}
+@IGindex specialized
 @item @b{specialized}
  @i{adj.} 
   1. (of a @i{generic function})
@@ -5078,14 +5078,14 @@ transitive verb
      ``@t{(make-array 5 :element-type 'bit)} makes an array of length
 	       five that is specialized for bits.''
 
-@IGindex{specialized lambda list}
+@IGindex specialized lambda list
 @item @b{specialized lambda list}
  @i{n.}
   an @i{extended lambda list} used in @i{forms} that @i{establish}
   @i{method} definitions, such as @b{defmethod}.
   See @ref{Specialized Lambda Lists}.
 
-@IGindex{spreadable argument list designator}
+@IGindex spreadable argument list designator
 @item @b{spreadable argument list designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{list} of @i{objects}; that is,
@@ -5097,7 +5097,7 @@ transitive verb
   ``The list (1 2 (3 4 5)) is a spreadable argument list designator for
 	    the list (1 2 3 4 5).''
 
-@IGindex{stack allocate}
+@IGindex stack allocate
 @item @b{stack allocate}
  @i{v.t.} @i{Trad.} 
   to allocate in a non-permanent way, such as on a stack.  Stack-allocation
@@ -5110,53 +5110,53 @@ transitive verb
   from @i{implementation} to @i{implementation}.  No
   @i{implementation} is ever required to perform stack-allocation.
 
-@IGindex{stack-allocated}
+@IGindex stack-allocated
 @item @b{stack-allocated}
  @i{adj.} @i{Trad.} 
   having been @i{stack allocated}.
 
-@IGindex{standard character}
+@IGindex standard character
 @item @b{standard character}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{character} of @i{type} @b{standard-char}, which is one of a fixed set of 96
   such @i{characters} required to be present in all @i{conforming implementations}.
   See @ref{Standard Characters}.
 
-@IGindex{standard class}
+@IGindex standard class
 @item @b{standard class}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{class} that is a @i{generalized instance} of @i{class} @b{standard-class}.
 
-@IGindex{standard generic function}
+@IGindex standard generic function
 @item @b{standard generic function}
 
   a @i{function} of @i{type} @b{standard-generic-function}.
 
-@IGindex{standard input}
+@IGindex standard input
 @item @b{standard input}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{input} @i{stream} which is the @i{value} of the @i{dynamic variable}
   @b{*standard-input*}.
 
-@IGindex{standard method combination}
+@IGindex standard method combination
 @item @b{standard method combination}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{method combination} named @b{standard}.
 
-@IGindex{standard object}
+@IGindex standard object
 @item @b{standard object}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} that is 
   a @i{generalized instance} 
   of @i{class} @b{standard-object}.
 
-@IGindex{standard output}
+@IGindex standard output
 @item @b{standard output}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{output} @i{stream} which is the @i{value} of the @i{dynamic variable}
   @b{*standard-output*}.
 
-@IGindex{standard pprint dispatch table}
+@IGindex standard pprint dispatch table
 @item @b{standard pprint dispatch table}
  @i{n.}
   A @i{pprint dispatch table} that is @i{different} from 
@@ -5173,7 +5173,7 @@ transitive verb
    As such, this phrase should be seen as an indefinite reference 
    in all cases except for anaphoric references.)
 
-@IGindex{standard readtable}
+@IGindex standard readtable
 @item @b{standard readtable}
  @i{n.}
   A @i{readtable} that is @i{different} from the @i{initial readtable},
@@ -5187,27 +5187,27 @@ transitive verb
    As such, this phrase should be seen as an indefinite reference 
    in all cases except for anaphoric references.)
 
-@IGindex{standard syntax}
+@IGindex standard syntax
 @item @b{standard syntax}
  @i{n.}
   the syntax represented by the @i{standard readtable} 
   and used as a reference syntax throughout this document.
   See @ref{Character Syntax}.
 
-@IGindex{standardized}
+@IGindex standardized
 @item @b{standardized}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{name}, @i{object}, or definition)
   having been defined by @r{Common Lisp}.
   ``All standardized variables that are required to 
 	    hold bidirectional streams have ``@t{-io*}'' in their name.''
 
-@IGindex{startup environment}
+@IGindex startup environment
 @item @b{startup environment}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{global environment} of the running @i{Lisp image} 
   from which the @i{compiler} was invoked.
 
-@IGindex{step}
+@IGindex step
 @item @b{step}
  @i{v.t.}, @i{n.} 
   1. @i{v.t.} (an iteration @i{variable}) to @i{assign} the @i{variable}
@@ -5217,14 +5217,14 @@ transitive verb
   3. @i{v.t.} (@i{code}) to specially execute the @i{code}, pausing at
      intervals to allow user confirmation or intervention, usually for debugging.
 
-@IGindex{stream}
+@IGindex stream
 @item @b{stream}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} that can be used with an input or output function to
   identify an appropriate source or sink of @i{characters} or 
   @i{bytes} for that operation.
 
-@IGindex{stream associated with a file}
+@IGindex stream associated with a file
 @item @b{stream associated with a file}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{file stream}, or a @i{synonym stream} the @i{target} 
@@ -5237,7 +5237,7 @@ transitive verb
       @b{make-string-input-stream},
    or @b{make-string-output-stream}.
 
-@IGindex{stream designator}
+@IGindex stream designator
 @item @b{stream designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{stream}; that is,
@@ -5250,17 +5250,17 @@ transitive verb
              for @i{output} @i{stream designators}),
    or a @i{stream} (denoting itself).
 
-@IGindex{stream element type}
+@IGindex stream element type
 @item @b{stream element type}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{stream})
   the @i{type} of data for which the @i{stream} is specialized.
 
-@IGindex{stream variable}
+@IGindex stream variable
 @item @b{stream variable}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{variable} whose @i{value} must be a @i{stream}.
 
-@IGindex{stream variable designator}
+@IGindex stream variable designator
 @item @b{stream variable designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{stream variable}; that is,
@@ -5273,13 +5273,13 @@ transitive verb
              for @i{output} @i{stream variable designators}),
    or some other @i{symbol} (denoting itself).
 
-@IGindex{string}
+@IGindex string
 @item @b{string}
  @i{n.} 
   a specialized @i{vector} that is of @i{type} @b{string},
   and whose elements are of @i{type} @b{character} or a @i{subtype} of @i{type} @b{character}.
 
-@IGindex{string designator}
+@IGindex string designator
 @item @b{string designator}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{designator} for a @i{string}; that is,
@@ -5294,27 +5294,27 @@ transitive verb
   @i{implementations} that extend @b{string} must extend the meaning of 
   this term in a compatible way.
 
-@IGindex{string equal}
+@IGindex string equal
 @item @b{string equal}
  @i{adj.} 
   the @i{same} under @b{string-equal}.
 
-@IGindex{string stream}
+@IGindex string stream
 @item @b{string stream}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{stream} of @i{type} @b{string-stream}.
 
-@IGindex{structure}
+@IGindex structure
 @item @b{structure}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{structure-object}.
 
-@IGindex{structure class}
+@IGindex structure class
 @item @b{structure class}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{class} that is a @i{generalized instance} of @i{class} @b{structure-class}.
 
-@IGindex{structure name}
+@IGindex structure name
 @item @b{structure name}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{name} defined with @b{defstruct}.
@@ -5322,19 +5322,19 @@ transitive verb
   but there may be @i{implementation-dependent} situations 
   in which this is not so, if the @t{:type} option to @b{defstruct} is used.
 
-@IGindex{style warning}
+@IGindex style warning
 @item @b{style warning}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{condition} of @i{type} @b{style-warning}.
 
-@IGindex{subclass}
+@IGindex subclass
 @item @b{subclass}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{class} that @i{inherits} from another @i{class}, 
   called a @i{superclass}.
   (No @i{class} is a @i{subclass} of itself.)
 
-@IGindex{subexpression}
+@IGindex subexpression
 @item @b{subexpression}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{expression})
   an @i{expression} that is contained within the @i{expression}. 
@@ -5343,7 +5343,7 @@ transitive verb
    @i{expression} since the @i{same} @i{object} can at once be
    a @i{subexpression} in one context, and not in another.)
 
-@IGindex{subform}
+@IGindex subform
 @item @b{subform}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{form})
   an @i{expression} that is a @i{subexpression} of the @i{form},
@@ -5352,19 +5352,19 @@ transitive verb
   ``@t{(f x)} and @t{x}, but not @t{exit}, are subforms of
 	    @t{(return-from exit (f x))}.''
 
-@IGindex{subrepertoire}
+@IGindex subrepertoire
 @item @b{subrepertoire}
  @i{n.} 
   a subset of a @i{repertoire}.
 
-@IGindex{subtype}
+@IGindex subtype
 @item @b{subtype}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{type} whose membership is the same as or a proper subset of the
   membership of another @i{type}, called a @i{supertype}.
   (Every @i{type} is a @i{subtype} of itself.)
 
-@IGindex{superclass}
+@IGindex superclass
 @item @b{superclass}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{class} from which another @i{class} 
@@ -5372,7 +5372,7 @@ transitive verb
   (No @i{class} is a @i{superclass} of itself.)
   See @i{subclass}.
 
-@IGindex{supertype}
+@IGindex supertype
 @item @b{supertype}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{type} whose membership is the same as or a proper superset
@@ -5380,7 +5380,7 @@ transitive verb
   (Every @i{type} is a @i{supertype} of itself.)
   See @i{subtype}.
 
-@IGindex{supplied-p parameter}
+@IGindex supplied-p parameter
 @item @b{supplied-p parameter}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{parameter} which recieves its @i{generalized boolean} value
@@ -5389,18 +5389,18 @@ transitive verb
   (such as an @i{optional parameter} or a @i{rest parameter}).
   See @ref{Ordinary Lambda Lists}.
 
-@IGindex{symbol}
+@IGindex symbol
 @item @b{symbol}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{object} of @i{type} @b{symbol}.
 
-@IGindex{symbol macro}
+@IGindex symbol macro
 @item @b{symbol macro}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{symbol} that stands for another @i{form}.
   See the @i{macro} @b{symbol-macrolet}.
 
-@IGindex{synonym stream}
+@IGindex synonym stream
 @item @b{synonym stream}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a @i{stream} of @i{type} @b{synonym-stream}, 
@@ -5415,27 +5415,27 @@ transitive verb
      a @i{synonym stream} which has the @i{symbol} as its
      @i{synonym stream symbol}.
 
-@IGindex{synonym stream symbol}
+@IGindex synonym stream symbol
 @item @b{synonym stream symbol}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{synonym stream})
   the @i{symbol} which names the @i{dynamic variable} which has as its
   @i{value} another @i{stream} for which the @i{synonym stream}
   is an alias.
 
-@IGindex{syntax type}
+@IGindex syntax type
 @item @b{syntax type}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{character})
   one of several classifications, enumerated in @i{Figure~2--6},
   that are used for dispatch during parsing by the @i{Lisp reader}.
   See @ref{Character Syntax Types}.
 
-@IGindex{system class}
+@IGindex system class
 @item @b{system class}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{class} that may be of @i{type} @b{built-in-class} in a @i{conforming implementation}
   and hence cannot be inherited by @i{classes} defined by @i{conforming programs}.
 
-@IGindex{system code}
+@IGindex system code
 @item @b{system code}
  @i{n.} 
   @i{code} supplied by the @i{implementation} to implement this specification
@@ -5448,7 +5448,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{T}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{t}
+@IGindex t
 @item @b{t}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a. the @i{boolean} representing true.
@@ -5461,13 +5461,13 @@ transitive verb
      @i{supertype} of all @i{types} (including itself).
   3. the @i{name} of the @i{superclass} of all @i{classes} except itself.
 
-@IGindex{tag}
+@IGindex tag
 @item @b{tag}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a @i{catch tag}.
   2. a @i{go tag}.
 
-@IGindex{tail}
+@IGindex tail
 @item @b{tail}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{list})
   an @i{object} that is the @i{same} as either some @i{cons}
@@ -5475,7 +5475,7 @@ transitive verb
   the @i{list}.
   ``The empty list is a tail of every proper list.''
 
-@IGindex{target}
+@IGindex target
 @item @b{target}
  @i{n.} 
   1. (of a @i{constructed stream}) 
@@ -5489,38 +5489,38 @@ transitive verb
    @i{target} of the first item in the chain, not the immediate target
    of the last item.)
 
-@IGindex{terminal I/O}
+@IGindex terminal I/O
 @item @b{terminal I/O}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{bidirectional} @i{stream}
   that is the @i{value} of the @i{variable} @b{*terminal-io*}.
 
-@IGindex{terminating}
+@IGindex terminating
 @item @b{terminating}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{macro character})
   being such that, if it appears while parsing a token, it terminates that token.
   See @ref{Reader Algorithm}.
 
-@IGindex{tertiary value}
+@IGindex tertiary value
 @item @b{tertiary value}
  @i{n.} (of @i{values} resulting from the
 				   @i{evaluation} of a @i{form})
   the third @i{value}, if any,
   or else @b{nil} if there are fewer than three @i{values}.
 
-@IGindex{throw}
+@IGindex throw
 @item @b{throw}
  @i{v.} 
   to transfer control and @i{values} to a @i{catch}.
   See the @i{special operator} @b{throw}.
 
-@IGindex{tilde}
+@IGindex tilde
 @item @b{tilde}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is called ``tilde'' (@t{~}).
   See @i{Figure~2--5}.
 
-@IGindex{time}
+@IGindex time
 @item @b{time}
 
   a representation of a point (@i{absolute} @i{time}) 
@@ -5528,7 +5528,7 @@ transitive verb
   on a time line.
   See @i{decoded time}, @i{internal time}, and @i{universal time}.
 
-@IGindex{time zone}
+@IGindex time zone
 @item @b{time zone}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{rational} multiple of @t{1/3600} between @t{-24} (inclusive)
@@ -5542,13 +5542,13 @@ transitive verb
     that accompanies it does not depend on whether daylight savings time
     is in effect.)
 
-@IGindex{token}
+@IGindex token
 @item @b{token}
  @i{n.}
   a textual representation for a @i{number} or a @i{symbol}.
   See @ref{Interpretation of Tokens}.
 
-@IGindex{top level form}
+@IGindex top level form
 @item @b{top level form}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{form} which is processed specially by @b{compile-file} for
@@ -5558,13 +5558,13 @@ transitive verb
   are not @i{subforms} of any other @i{form},
   and certain other cases.  See @ref{Processing of Top Level Forms}.
 
-@IGindex{trace output}
+@IGindex trace output
 @item @b{trace output}
  @i{n.} 
   the @i{output} @i{stream} which is the @i{value} of the @i{dynamic variable}
   @b{*trace-output*}.
 
-@IGindex{tree}
+@IGindex tree
 @item @b{tree}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a binary recursive data structure made up of @i{conses} and
@@ -5576,7 +5576,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. in general, any recursive data structure that has some notion of
      ``branches'' and @i{leaves}.
 
-@IGindex{tree structure}
+@IGindex tree structure
 @item @b{tree structure}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{tree}_1)
   the set of @i{conses} that make up the @i{tree}.
@@ -5587,7 +5587,7 @@ transitive verb
   are not themselves part of its @i{tree structure} 
   unless they are also @i{conses}.
 
-@IGindex{true}
+@IGindex true
 @item @b{true}
  @i{n.} 
   any @i{object} 
@@ -5595,14 +5595,14 @@ transitive verb
   and that is used to represent the success of a @i{predicate} test.
   See @i{t}_1.
 
-@IGindex{truename}
+@IGindex truename
 @item @b{truename}
  @i{n.} 
   1. the canonical @i{filename} of a @i{file} in the @i{file system}.
      See @ref{Truenames}.
   2. a @i{pathname} representing a @i{truename}_1.
 
-@IGindex{two-way stream}
+@IGindex two-way stream
 @item @b{two-way stream}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{stream} of @i{type} @b{two-way-stream},
@@ -5610,7 +5610,7 @@ transitive verb
        receives its input  from an associated @i{input}  @i{stream} 
    and sends    its output to   an associated @i{output} @i{stream}.
 
-@IGindex{type}
+@IGindex type
 @item @b{type}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a set of @i{objects}, usually with common structure, behavior, or purpose.
@@ -5621,21 +5621,21 @@ transitive verb
      a @i{subtype} of that @i{type}.
      ``The type @b{vector} is an array type.''
 
-@IGindex{type declaration}
+@IGindex type declaration
 @item @b{type declaration}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{declaration} that asserts that every reference to a 
   specified @i{binding} within the scope of the @i{declaration}
   results in some @i{object} of the specified @i{type}.
 
-@IGindex{type equivalent}
+@IGindex type equivalent
 @item @b{type equivalent}
  @i{adj.} (of two @i{types} X and Y)
   having the same @i{elements};
   that is, X is a @i{subtype} of Y 
        and Y is a @i{subtype} of X.
 
-@IGindex{type expand}
+@IGindex type expand
 @item @b{type expand}
  @i{n.}
   to fully expand a @i{type specifier}, removing any references to
@@ -5645,7 +5645,7 @@ transitive verb
   situations involving @i{type specifiers} are most easily described
   in terms of a fully expanded @i{type specifier}.)
 
-@IGindex{type specifier}
+@IGindex type specifier
 @item @b{type specifier}
  @i{n.} 
   an @i{expression} that denotes a @i{type}.
@@ -5657,38 +5657,38 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{U}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{unbound}
+@IGindex unbound
 @item @b{unbound}
  @i{adj.} 
   not having an associated denotation in a @i{binding}.
   See @i{bound}.
 
-@IGindex{unbound variable}
+@IGindex unbound variable
 @item @b{unbound variable}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{name} that is syntactically plausible as the name of a
   @i{variable} but which is not @i{bound} 
   in the @i{variable} @i{namespace}.
 
-@IGindex{undefined function}
+@IGindex undefined function
 @item @b{undefined function}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{name} that is syntactically plausible as the name of a
   @i{function} but which is not @i{bound}
   in the @i{function} @i{namespace}.
 
-@IGindex{unintern}
+@IGindex unintern
 @item @b{unintern}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{symbol} in a @i{package})
   to make the @i{symbol} not be @i{present} in that @i{package}.
   (The @i{symbol} might continue to be @i{accessible} by inheritance.)
 
-@IGindex{uninterned}
+@IGindex uninterned
 @item @b{uninterned}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{symbol}) 
   not @i{accessible} in any @i{package}; @i{i.e.}, not @i{interned}_1.
 
-@IGindex{universal time}
+@IGindex universal time
 @item @b{universal time}
  @i{n.}
   @i{time}, represented as a non-negative @i{integer} number of seconds.
@@ -5696,19 +5696,19 @@ transitive verb
   from the beginning of the year 1900 (ignoring @i{leap seconds}).
   See @ref{Universal Time}.
 
-@IGindex{unqualified method}
+@IGindex unqualified method
 @item @b{unqualified method}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{method} with no @i{qualifiers}.
 
-@IGindex{unregistered package}
+@IGindex unregistered package
 @item @b{unregistered package}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{package} @i{object} that is not present in the @i{package registry}.
   An @i{unregistered package} has no @i{name}; @i{i.e.}, its @i{name} is @b{nil}.
   See the @i{function} @b{delete-package}.
 
-@IGindex{unsafe}
+@IGindex unsafe
 @item @b{unsafe}
  @i{adj.} (of @i{code})
   not @i{safe}.  (Note that, unless explicitly specified otherwise,
@@ -5718,13 +5718,13 @@ transitive verb
   means that certain kinds of error checking are not reliably enabled
   but does not guarantee that error checking is definitely disabled.)
 
-@IGindex{unsafe call}
+@IGindex unsafe call
 @item @b{unsafe call}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{call} that is not a @i{safe call}.
   For more detailed information, see @ref{Safe and Unsafe Calls}.
 
-@IGindex{upgrade}
+@IGindex upgrade
 @item @b{upgrade}
  @i{v.t.} (a declared @i{type} to an actual @i{type})
   1. (when creating an @i{array})
@@ -5738,7 +5738,7 @@ transitive verb
      when choosing an appropriately @i{specialized} @i{complex} representation.
      See the @i{function} @b{upgraded-complex-part-type}.
 
-@IGindex{upgraded array element type}
+@IGindex upgraded array element type
 @item @b{upgraded array element type}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{type})
   a @i{type} that is a @i{supertype} of the @i{type}
@@ -5747,7 +5747,7 @@ transitive verb
   for object creation or type discrimination.
   See @ref{Array Upgrading}.
 
-@IGindex{upgraded complex part type}
+@IGindex upgraded complex part type
 @item @b{upgraded complex part type}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{type})
   a @i{type} that is a @i{supertype} of the @i{type}
@@ -5756,7 +5756,7 @@ transitive verb
   for object creation or type discrimination.
   See the @i{function} @b{upgraded-complex-part-type}.
 
-@IGindex{uppercase}
+@IGindex uppercase
 @item @b{uppercase}
  @i{adj.} (of a @i{character})
      being among @i{standard characters} corresponding to
@@ -5765,7 +5765,7 @@ transitive verb
       that is defined by the @i{implementation} to be @i{uppercase}.
   See @ref{Characters With Case}.
 
-@IGindex{use}
+@IGindex use
 @item @b{use}
  @i{v.t.} (a @i{package} P_1)
   to @i{inherit} the @i{external symbols} of P_1.
@@ -5775,14 +5775,14 @@ transitive verb
    unless they are explicitly @i{exported}.)
   ``The package @t{CL-USER} uses the package @t{CL}.''
 
-@IGindex{use list}
+@IGindex use list
 @item @b{use list}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{package})
   a (possibly empty) @i{list} associated with each @i{package}
   which determines what other @i{packages} are currently being
   @i{used} by that @i{package}.
 
-@IGindex{user}
+@IGindex user
 @item @b{user}
  @i{n.} 
   an active entity, typically a human, that invokes or interacts with a
@@ -5792,7 +5792,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{V}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{valid array dimension}
+@IGindex valid array dimension
 @item @b{valid array dimension}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{fixnum} suitable for use as an @i{array} @i{dimension}.
@@ -5803,7 +5803,7 @@ transitive verb
   that the product of all of the @i{dimensions} be less than the @i{value} of 
   @b{array-total-size-limit}.
 
-@IGindex{valid array index}
+@IGindex valid array index
 @item @b{valid array index}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{array})
   a @i{fixnum} suitable for use as one of possibly several indices needed
@@ -5820,7 +5820,7 @@ transitive verb
 	    valid array indices for the first  dimension are @t{0} and~@t{1}, and
 	    valid array indices for the second dimension are @t{0}, @t{1} and~@t{2}.''
 
-@IGindex{valid array row-major index}
+@IGindex valid array row-major index
 @item @b{valid array row-major index}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{array},
 					     which might have any number 
@@ -5831,7 +5831,7 @@ transitive verb
   Such a @i{fixnum} must be greater than or equal to zero,
   and less than the @i{array total size} of the @i{array}.
 
-@IGindex{valid fill pointer}
+@IGindex valid fill pointer
 @item @b{valid fill pointer}
  @i{n.} (of an @i{array})
   a @i{fixnum} suitable for use as a @i{fill pointer} for the @i{array}.
@@ -5842,13 +5842,13 @@ transitive verb
 		 text found in make-pathname, but look wrong to me.
 		 I'll fix them later.]
 
-@IGindex{valid logical pathname host}
+@IGindex valid logical pathname host
 @item @b{valid logical pathname host}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{string} that has been defined as the name of a @i{logical host}.
   See the @i{function} @b{load-logical-pathname-translations}.
 
-@IGindex{valid pathname device}
+@IGindex valid pathname device
 @item @b{valid pathname device}
  @i{n.}
      a @i{string},
@@ -5857,7 +5857,7 @@ transitive verb
   or some other @i{object} defined by the @i{implementation} 
       to be a @i{valid pathname device}.
 
-@IGindex{valid pathname directory}
+@IGindex valid pathname directory
 @item @b{valid pathname directory}
  @i{n.}
      a @i{string},
@@ -5870,13 +5870,13 @@ transitive verb
   or some other @i{object} defined by the @i{implementation} 
       to be a @i{valid directory component}.
 
-@IGindex{valid pathname host}
+@IGindex valid pathname host
 @item @b{valid pathname host}
  @i{n.}
      a @i{valid physical pathname host}
   or a @i{valid logical pathname host}.
 
-@IGindex{valid pathname name}
+@IGindex valid pathname name
 @item @b{valid pathname name}
  @i{n.}
      a @i{string},
@@ -5886,7 +5886,7 @@ transitive verb
   or some other @i{object} defined by the @i{implementation} 
      to be a @i{valid pathname name}.
 
-@IGindex{valid pathname type}
+@IGindex valid pathname type
 @item @b{valid pathname type}
  @i{n.}
      a @i{string},
@@ -5894,7 +5894,7 @@ transitive verb
      @t{:wild},
      @t{:unspecific}.
 
-@IGindex{valid pathname version}
+@IGindex valid pathname version
 @item @b{valid pathname version}
  @i{n.}
      a non-negative @i{integer},
@@ -5905,7 +5905,7 @@ transitive verb
  The symbols @t{:oldest}, @t{:previous}, and @t{:installed} are
  @i{semi-standard} special version symbols.
 
-@IGindex{valid physical pathname host}
+@IGindex valid physical pathname host
 @item @b{valid physical pathname host}
  @i{n.}
    any of
@@ -5914,7 +5914,7 @@ transitive verb
      or the symbol @t{:unspecific},
    that is recognized by the implementation as the name of a host.
 
-@IGindex{valid sequence index}
+@IGindex valid sequence index
 @item @b{valid sequence index}
  @i{n.} (of a @i{sequence})
   an @i{integer} suitable for use to name an @i{element} 
@@ -5925,7 +5925,7 @@ transitive verb
   (If the @i{sequence} is an @i{array},
    the @i{valid sequence index} is further constrained to be a @i{fixnum}.)
 
-@IGindex{value}
+@IGindex value
 @item @b{value}
  @i{n.} 
   1. a. one of possibly several @i{objects} that are the result of
@@ -5944,7 +5944,7 @@ transitive verb
 	a  @i{property list},
      or a  @i{hash table}.
 
-@IGindex{value cell}
+@IGindex value cell
 @item @b{value cell}
  @i{n.} @i{Trad.} (of a @i{symbol})
   The @i{place} which holds the @i{value}, if any, of the
@@ -5952,18 +5952,18 @@ transitive verb
   and which is @i{accessed} by @b{symbol-value}.
   See @i{cell}.
 
-@IGindex{variable}
+@IGindex variable
 @item @b{variable}
  @i{n.} 
   a @i{binding} in which a @i{symbol} is the @i{name}
   used to refer to an @i{object}.
 
-@IGindex{vector}
+@IGindex vector
 @item @b{vector}
  @i{n.} 
   a one-dimensional @i{array}.
 
-@IGindex{vertical-bar}
+@IGindex vertical-bar
 @item @b{vertical-bar}
  @i{n.}
   the @i{standard character} that is called ``vertical bar'' (@t{|}).
@@ -5973,7 +5973,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{W}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{whitespace}
+@IGindex whitespace
 @item @b{whitespace}
  @i{n.} 
   1. one or more @i{characters} that are
@@ -5987,7 +5987,7 @@ transitive verb
         having the @i{whitespace}_@{2a@} @i{syntax type}_2.
      c. @i{n.} a @i{whitespace}_@{2b@} @i{character}.
 
-@IGindex{wild}
+@IGindex wild
 @item @b{wild}
  @i{adj.}
   1. (of a @i{namestring}) using an @i{implementation-defined}
@@ -6003,7 +6003,7 @@ transitive verb
      or @t{:wild-inferors}.
      See the @i{function} @b{wild-pathname-p}.
 
-@IGindex{write}
+@IGindex write
 @item @b{write}
  @i{v.t.} 
 
@@ -6013,7 +6013,7 @@ transitive verb
   2. (an @i{object} to a @i{stream})
      to output a representation of the @i{object} to the @i{stream}.
 
-@IGindex{writer}
+@IGindex writer
 @item @b{writer}
  @i{n.}
   a @i{function} that @i{writes}_1 a @i{variable} or @i{slot}.
@@ -6022,7 +6022,7 @@ transitive verb
 @subheading @b{Y}
 @table @asis
 
-@IGindex{yield}
+@IGindex yield
 @item @b{yield}
  @i{v.t.} (@i{values})
   to produce the @i{values} as the result of @i{evaluation}.
--- info/chap-a.texi.orig	2002-10-18 04:31:14.000000000 -0600
+++ info/chap-a.texi	2013-05-13 10:11:19.000000000 -0600
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ For a list of deprecated features, see @
 @subsection Removed Types
 
 The @i{type} @t{string-char}
-@ICindex{string-char}
+@ICindex string-char
  was removed.
 
 @node Removed Operators, Removed Argument Conventions, Removed Types, Removed Language Features
@@ -56,30 +56,30 @@ The @i{type} @t{string-char}
 The functions
 
 @t{int-char}
-@ICindex{int-char}
+@ICindex int-char
 ,
 @t{char-bits}
-@ICindex{char-bits}
+@ICindex char-bits
 ,
 @t{char-font}
-@ICindex{char-font}
+@ICindex char-font
 ,
 @t{make-char}
-@ICindex{make-char}
+@ICindex make-char
 ,
 @t{char-bit}
-@ICindex{char-bit}
+@ICindex char-bit
 ,
 @t{set-char-bit}
-@ICindex{set-char-bit}
+@ICindex set-char-bit
 ,
 @t{string-char-p}
-@ICindex{string-char-p}
+@ICindex string-char-p
 ,
 
 and
 @t{commonp}
-@ICindex{commonp}
+@ICindex commonp
 
 were removed.
 
@@ -89,10 +89,10 @@ The @i{special operator} @t{compiler-let
 @subsection Removed Argument Conventions
 
 The @i{font} argument to @b{digit-char}
-@IRindex{digit-char}
+@IRindex digit-char
  was removed.
 The @i{bits} and @i{font} arguments to @b{code-char}
-@IRindex{code-char}
+@IRindex code-char
 
 were removed.
 
@@ -102,26 +102,26 @@ were removed.
 The variables
 
 @t{char-font-limit}
-@ICindex{char-font-limit}
+@ICindex char-font-limit
 ,
 @t{char-bits-limit}
-@ICindex{char-bits-limit}
+@ICindex char-bits-limit
 ,
 @t{char-control-bit}
-@ICindex{char-control-bit}
+@ICindex char-control-bit
 ,
 @t{char-meta-bit}
-@ICindex{char-meta-bit}
+@ICindex char-meta-bit
 ,
 @t{char-super-bit}
-@ICindex{char-super-bit}
+@ICindex char-super-bit
 ,
 @t{char-hyper-bit}
-@ICindex{char-hyper-bit}
+@ICindex char-hyper-bit
 ,
 
 and @t{*break-on-warnings*}
-@ICindex{*break-on-warnings*}
+@ICindex *break-on-warnings*
 
 were removed.
 
@@ -135,13 +135,13 @@ The ``@t{#,}'' @i{reader macro} in @i{st
 
 The @i{packages} 
      @t{LISP}
-@IPindex{lisp}
+@IPindex lisp
 ,
      @t{USER}
-@IPindex{user}
+@IPindex user
 ,
  and @t{SYSTEM}
-@IPindex{system}
+@IPindex system
 
 are no longer required.  It is valid for @i{packages} with one or more of these
 names to be provided by a @i{conforming implementation} as extensions.