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Some descriptors are applied in combination to their noun, rather than individually; for example, "planet" is placed in both the "little" and "big" groups in reference to the 2008 video game ''{{w|Little Big Planet}}''.
 
Some descriptors are applied in combination to their noun, rather than individually; for example, "planet" is placed in both the "little" and "big" groups in reference to the 2008 video game ''{{w|Little Big Planet}}''.
  
In the title text, [[Randall]] declares that he will start intentionally using term combinations that don't appear in the above diagram, presumably to ensure every intersection contains at least one term.
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In the title text, [[Randall]] declares that he will start intentionally using term combinations that don't appear in the above diagram, presumably to entertain himself while confusing people.
  
 
A similar concept can be seen in [[181: Interblag]], but in a tabular form rather than a Venn diagram.
 
A similar concept can be seen in [[181: Interblag]], but in a tabular form rather than a Venn diagram.

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