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In system 25.0, with microcode 612, on LISP Machine One:
Attempting to define a function NAME causes a spurious warning. This seems to be because
the (cdr (package-cell-location 'name)) is #<Package GLOBAL> rather than USER. Natheless,
(apropos) does not turn up any symbol in GLOBAL or anywhere else called NAME and 
GLOBAL:NAME is unbound, has no function definition, no plist, and no description. The
symbol NAME is not shadowed or otherwise declared by GLOBAL's package declaration. Bug
or feature?