## Annals of Mathematics |

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L | 201 |

II By Bernard Dwork | 227 |

The recursively enumerable degrees are dense By Gerald E Sacks | 300 |

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2-group abelian algebraic number assume automorphism Banach space basis bounded bundle Cartan subalgebra Cg(x choose coefficients commutative compact completes the proof condition conjugate conjugate algebraic contains Corollary corresponding curvature curve defined denote diffeomorphism differential dimension e-geodesic endomorphism equation equivalent extension fixed point set follows formula function given group law Hence hermitian form Hilbert space homeomorphism homotopy identity implies infinite integer invariant involution isomorphic Lemma Let F Let G linear manifold Math matrix maximal microbundle minimal surface mod deg modular neighborhood non-degenerate norm normal subgroup notation obtain polynomial prime ideal proof of Lemma proof of Theorem Proposition prove quadratic rational ray class ray class field recursive result riemannian roots satisfies sequence solution sphere bundle subgroup of G subset subspace Suppose Sylow tangent Theorem Theorem 3.1 theory topological trivial unique unit vector zero