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Since f { q is continuous by Lemma 3.1 (d) it follows from the above equation that

f ≤ p + 0. ...

the translates of g, and let St be the conjugate-orthogonal complement in L (R) of

...

Since f { q is continuous by Lemma 3.1 (d) it follows from the above equation that

f ≤ p + 0. ...

**Let Q**be the closed linear subspace of L1(R) which is spanned bythe translates of g, and let St be the conjugate-orthogonal complement in L (R) of

...

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in the Li-closure of the linear manifold in L. (R) spanned by these characters. It

follows from Corollary W.3.12 that if |f(x)|r, mode – 0. i = 1,..., r, for some function f

in ...

**Let q**(q) consist of the characters [", ml], ..., [·, m, 1. According to Theorem 20, q isin the Li-closure of the linear manifold in L. (R) spanned by these characters. It

follows from Corollary W.3.12 that if |f(x)|r, mode – 0. i = 1,..., r, for some function f

in ...

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Then, since To(r) C Ti(r), it follows immediately from the preceding lemma that

Zoe G.(Ti(r)), so that by Definition 6.1, Žo e o (t). Conversely,

be the closure in the Hilbert space

restriction ...

Then, since To(r) C Ti(r), it follows immediately from the preceding lemma that

Zoe G.(Ti(r)), so that by Definition 6.1, Žo e o (t). Conversely,

**let**Zoe G.(r).**Let**},be the closure in the Hilbert space

**Q**(Ti(r)) of £(To(r)), and**let**To(t) be therestriction ...

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