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Siegel's Theorem [7] implies that at most finitely many of these can exist.
The name S-protomodular comes from the fact that a pointed finitely complete category C is protomodular if and only if every point in C is a strong point [4].
Recall that a group is LERF (locally extendible residually unite) if every finitely generated subgroup is closed in the profinite topology.
3] Nick Scott, Growth of Finitely Generated Groups", Honors Thesis, The University of Melbourne, 2007.
infinity]] gives rise to a continuous endomorphism since it fixes all but finitely many of the vectors [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
In a finitely repeated PD game, is it sufficient to introduce an equilibrium punishment
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alpha]] [not equal to] [empty set] for atmost finitely many [alpha] [member of] [LAMBDA].
Arguing against process theology, Neville entertains a 'fullness-of-being' conception of God that, he claims, acknowledges that the world participates finitely in God's fullness of being, even though a difficulty arises in explaining how God creates determinate multiplicity.
1) [PHI]: Id(S) [right arrow] Id(T) is a lattice isomorphism that takes finitely generated ideals to finitely generated ideals and principal ideals to principal ideals;
finitely ly an to and e e see Tottenham supporters are praying that, if Redknapp does leave, he will have first guided the club to FA Cup glory AND a place in the Champions League.
DMFT based SSFM allows one to handle finitely conductive surfaces.