## Boundary value problems of mathematical physics and related aspects of function theory, Part 2 |

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### Contents

Estimates of Convolution Operators | 1 |

Local Maximal Estimates of the Modulus of the First Derivatives of the Solutions | 37 |

Modifications of the NavierStokes Equations for Large Velocity Gradients | 57 |

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