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**Nehushtan**- Replies: 3

Anis a topological subspace of such that given any pointn-dimensional (real) manifoldxin there exists a real number (depending onx) such that the open ball is homeomorphic to .

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Wel said.

I learn that Sibi is a city in Pakistan, Sibiu is a city in Romania, and Sibu is a city in Malaysia.

*Rafflesia arnoldii*, a parasitic plant that grows in the rainforests of Indonesia.

Apparently the smallest number has 18 digits.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lHDCAIsyb8

https://mindyourdecisions.com/blog/2017 … ay-puzzle/

I don't get it: why is it not possible to solve the problem with *n* = 2?

Today I learn that types of ceramic pottery include earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain. These are fired at increasingly higher temperatures. Earthenware is porous and so is often glazed.

Also, Capella is the brightest star in the constellation Auriga.

Today I learned that Tabriz is a city in Iran, and that peridotite is an ultrabasic rock.

**EUOIA**

There is a goddess in Greek mythology called **Eunomia**, as well as an asteroid named after her.

Nehushtan wrote:

JaneFairfax wrote:

UOAIE

buoyancies

customaries

fluvoxamine

plutocracies

unconstrained

uncontradicted

unobtained

unordained

unorganized

unpolarizedJaneFairfax wrote:Thanks to last nights University Challenge, I have found a new word for UOAIE:

unsportsmanlike.

glucosamine

**sulphonamide**

Olinguito wrote:

JaneFairfax wrote:

UAIOE

glutathione

quadripole

ultravioletunfashioned

mustachioed