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`@journaltitle: Beitr\"age zur Algebra und Geometrie / Contributions to Algebra and Geometry@ISSN: 0138-4821@year: 1996@volume: 37@issue: 2@remark: dedicated to N.N. on the occasion of his Nth birthday@EOH# The line above is "End Of Header"`

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`@author: Gene Abrams, Claudia Menini@affiliation: Department of Mathematics, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs CO, 80933 U.S.A., abrams@vision.uccs.edu, Dipartimento di Matematica, Universit\`{a} di Ferrara, Via Machiavelli 35, 44100 Ferrara, Italy, men@dns.unife.it@title: Skew Semigroup Rings@language: English@pages: 209 - 230@abstract: We investigate properties of skew semigroup rings. Specifically, we give necessary and sufficient conditions which ensure that these rings are unitalfinite normalizing extensions of the scalars. We then present a large classof examples of such skew semigroup rings in situations more general thangroups.@filename: b37h2abr@EOI# The line above reads "End Of Item"`

`@author: Wolfgang K\"uhnel@affiliation: Mathematisches Institut B, Universit\"at Stuttgart,D -- 70550 Stuttgart\\ e-mail: kuehnel@mathematik.uni-stuttgart.de@title: Centrally-symmetric Tight Surfaces and Graph Embeddings@language: English @pages: 347 - 354@classification1: 53C42@classification2: 52B70, 05C10@abstract: We prove a sharp upper bound for the substantial codimension of acentrally-symmetric tight polyhedral surface in Euclidean space. This isrelated to embeddings of the edge graph of the $m$-octahedron into surfaces.@filename: b37h2kue@EOI# The line above reads "End Of Item"`

`@author: Majid M. Ali@affiliation: Al-Zaytoonah University, Dept.~of Mathematics and Computer Science,P.O.Box 130, Amman 11733, JORDAN@title: The Ohm Type Properties for Multiplication Ideals@language: English@pages: 399 - 414@classification1: 13A15@classification2: 13B20@keywords: Multiplication ideal, Ohm condition, weak-cancellation ideal, localization@abstract: Let $R$ be a commutative ring with identity. An ideal $I$ in $R$ is calleda multiplication ideal if every ideal contained in $I$ is a multiple of$I$. Ohm's properties for finitely generated ideals in Pr\"ufer domainsare investigated by Gilmer. These properties are generalized by Naoum andstudied for finitely generated multiplication ideals. The purpose of thiswork is to generalize the results of Gilmer and Naoum to the case ofmultiplication ideals (not necessarily finitely generated ones).@filename: b37h2ali@EOI# The line above reads "End Of Item"`