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For a long time his mind had dwelt on ideas of godhead. Greek thought drew no
very decided line of demarcation between god and man, for legend offered more
than one example of men who, by their achievements, acquired divine status.
... real numbers, which include both rational and irrational numbers and can most
simply be defined as numbers whose decimal expansion may not terminate — for
example, the number n, whose decimal expansion 3.14159 .. . goes on forever ...
... except on a set of uh measure 0. This implies old results, as, for example, the
famous result of Pierre Fatou that a harmonic function u > 0 in a ball has a
nontangential limit almost everywhere on the boundary. (Ed.) Certain special
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