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something in common.
Usage: A list of people who play for the New York Yankees is a roster, a list of people who graduated from Fordham College in 1965 is called a roster, a list of people who, as indicated, are assigned to do things at various times is a roster.
list of Vietnam dead, not a roster - "roster" is somewhat lighthearted/flip, though where the dividing line is - is a judgment call.
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