You can get something close to this with a name lookup handler. Create a new name lookup handler and set it's search scope to a public distribution list containing the names you want to list. Then you can use the "list all names" option on the name lookup handler such that when you access the handler it'll just list all the names one after another without requiring you spell each name.
Note that after you assign it to a public distribution list it can take a little while before that list is "flattened" into the Unity database in SQL - especially if it's large and/or contains lots of nested lists. So when you're testing it, give it time to build it.
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