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Universelle Algebren. (Czech) Zbl 0239.08001

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08Axx Algebraic structures
08-02 Research exposition (monographs, survey articles) pertaining to general algebraic systems
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[1] Borůvka O.: Základy teorie grupoidů a grup. Praha, 1962.
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