I can only imagine a writer using the term "secondary indexes" to refer to any indexes other than one on a Primary Key?
That would be an incorrect term for them. The only 'secondary' indexes in SQL are secondary XML indexes. Indexes other than the primary key are just clustered/nonclustered indexes.
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