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I'd like to create something ideally like this: enter image description here

(glossaries package - How to format the positions of the columns and width of the glossary?)

but without using the glossary package because I'm having a ton of trouble installing it. Is there a way to do this?

Thank you!

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    I would like to argue that it will be much more efficient to solve your download/installation issues than trying to reinvent existing packages. – user121799 Jan 18 '19 at 2:07
  • Most likely issue with glossaries is it is installed but depends on perl (is that your problem) then to use it you need a 3 call chain either from command line or a defined typeset in your editor (is that your problem) – user170109 Jan 18 '19 at 2:23
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    under the hood it's just a table, so just use a tabular (and friends) environment to typeset it. of course you won't have the other benefits like \gls{} etc., but if you just need the table and don't mind some manual work, it should do you just fine. – Troy Jan 18 '19 at 2:31

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