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The teardrop and the spindle are bad orbifolds
I should prove that the teardop $S^2(p)$ (the orbifold with underlying surface $S^2$ and a single cone point of order $p>1$) and the spindle $S^2(p,q)$ (the orbifold with underlying surface $S^2$ and ...
Feb 19 '12 at 21:28
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