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This paper here starts by introducing the title objects. These seem pretty basic but also interesting, but I am not really sure how to create some examples accurately. Would somebody be able to give some examples in integers of a p-ordering of a set of integers, say a p-ordering of a residue set of a small prime, with p as 2 or 3? And the p-sequence of the same set?

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