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Normally name servers are assigned directly to domain names So called "nameserver sets" exist in some registries (e.g. for .CZ) The nameserver set is
a structure where both the actual name servers and the respective contacts of the technical administrators of these name servers are entered.

Such set is then assigned to a domain name as a whole. The same name server set can be assigned to multiple domains. This makes it possible to simplify
the name server administration in situations when a same name server set is used for multiple domains, allowing to unambiguously and logically assign
specific technical administrators to specific name servers.