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By Robert S. Doran, Ze Li Dou, George T. Gilbert (ed.)

Professor Goro Shimura used to be significant speaker on the convention on ""Euler items and Eisenstein Series"" held at Texas Christian collage (See CBMS nearby convention sequence in arithmetic, quantity 93). the current quantity comprises articles by means of prime experts within the box. a few of these articles are in keeping with talks given on the convention, while others have been written purposely for this quantity. the diversity of the paintings provided displays the present energetic kingdom of the subject

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The irregular coastline and hilly terrain contribute to a chaotic street pattern. The town was first laid out in 1705 by M. de Bellair, the French governor, and planning was continued by the English when they took possession. A ridge divides St. George's into two towns. To get from one to the other, one must climb the ridge or go through Sendall Tunnel, a ten-foot-wide passage dug in 1894. Buildings that line the waterfront, as well as those perched on the hills around the Carenage, show considerable influence from the days when the island was a French possession.

Laid out with broad streets, Pointe-au-Pitre soon became the commercial center of the island, although it lacks the sophistication of Fort-de-France in Martinique. Considerable open area has been devoted to public space on the waterfront at Place de la Victoire, with a bandstand, fountains, benches, and recreation areas. A spacious marketplace, also with a fountain, is the scene of great activity on market days. A large segment of land in the newer section of town has been devoted to municipal buildings, including a Center for Arts and Culture.

Page 18 Another significant open area is Warner Park where, in 1983, the newly designed flag of St. Kitts/Nevis was first raised, signifying independence from Britain. Antigua Columbus visited Antigua in 1493 and named the island after a church in Seville, Santa Maria la Antigua, in which he had asked the blessing of St. Christopher before starting on his second voyage. In 1632, the English moved settlers to Antigua from St. Kitts and Nevis; with the exception of a brief occupation by the French in 1666, it has remained British ever since.

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