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Then we have PROPOSITION 3. Ru) if and only if f is light at x. The proof follows at once from [44a: Thm. l, p. 10 and Thm. 3, p. 44]. COROLLARY. Let notation be as in Theorem 4, let fl' ··· , f,,. ,,. ,,.. is the kernel in C{X1r ... ), and () 0 Cml is the ring of germs of analytic functions at OeC"'. THE NORMALIZATION THEOREM 19 among f" · · · , f m· Denote by f the mapping of a neighborhood of 0 on X into a neighborhood of 0 EC"' whose coordinates are f 1, • • • , f m· Let Y= V(l) 0 CC"'. Then f is an analytic mapping of X into Y.

20]). PROPOSITION 2. Let D be a bounded domain. Assume there exists a compact subset A of D such that A· Hol(D) = D. , any point of D-D. PROOF. v. supra). ::1 denotes Euclidean volume). Since A is compact and contained in D, there exists w > 0 such that if a EA, then there is a polydisc a4 of volume w and center a such that ua. is contained in a fixed compact subset B of D. , where G=Hol(D). By Lemma 1, Chapter 3, section 3, G,. is compact, but G is not compact since D=A·G is not compact. ) is non-empty for all n.

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