`sudo -l` returns – nothing?

FYI – All aliases, commands, users etc. have been changed.

I added a new Host_Alias (DB_SRVRS) for a server group that I’ve rolled out.

I tacked it onto the end of a really long User_Alias [_] Host_Alias [_] Cmnd_Alias entry at the end of the sudoers file (yeah, I used visudo).
Here’s what came next:

[otech@server1 ~]$ sudo -l
[sudo] password for otech:
User otech may run the following commands on this host:
[otech@server1 ~]$

Nuthin’. What? I’ve configured the file to give me some [fake] privs.

Solution:
There was too much on the long User_Alias [_] Host_Alias [_] Cmnd_Alias line.

Again, I’m making the command aliases’ up, but it looked something like:
ENG ENG_SRVRS = PIDS, PROCS, SERVICE : IT_SRVRS = PIDS, PROCS, SERVICE : QA_SRVRS = PIDS, PROCS, SERVICE : DB_SRVRS = TC, PGCTL, MYSQL

Once I dropped DB_SRVRS to a new line, it all worked.
Final:
ENG ENG_SRVRS = PIDS, PROCS, SERVICE : IT_SRVRS = PIDS, PROCS, SERVICE : QA_SRVRS = PIDS, PROCS, SERVICE
ENG DB_SRVRS = TC, PGCTL, MYSQL

Now, I get:
[otech@server1 ~]$ sudo -l
[sudo] password for otech:
User otech may run the following commands on this host:
(tomcat) /usr/tommycat/bin/startup.sh, /usr/tommycat/bin/shutdown.sh
(pgusr) /usr/postgrass/bin/postgrassql restart
(mysqlusr) /usr/mahsql/bin/mahsqld restart
[otech@server1 ~]$