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    [choroba]: MCE
    [karlgoethebier]: is about to reach nirvana tonight...
    [Lady_Aleena]: It could have meant a "Miserably Cute Event" or "Man Crush Everyday". 8)
    [Corion]: choroba: Re the one-shot thing, I also thought of bit vectors and/or indexes into one common array from the hashes, but that makes maintenance of all these indices a chorse
    [Corion]: *core
    [Corion]: ** chore
    [Corion]: So I guess I will simply implement the linear scan first and wait with more fancy stuff until it becomes a problem
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