nonclustered index

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nonclustered index (plural nonclustered indices or nonclustered indexes)

  1. (databases) a type of database index that contains a series of sorted pointers pointing to the physical data rows, which are organized either in a heap or in the sort order specified by a clustered index, on the disk

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