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Lindenstrauss, On nonlinear projections in Banach spaces, Mich. Math. J. 11, (1964), 263-287. J. Lindenstrauss, The geometric theory of the classical Banach spaces, Actes, Congres intern. Ma th. 2, (1970), 365-372. J. Lindenstrauss and A. Pelczynski, Absolutely summing operators in Lp spaces and their applications, Studia Math. 29, (1968),275-326. J. Lindenstrauss and L. Tzafriri, On the complemented subspaces problem, Israel J. Math. 9, (1971), 263-269. J. Lindenstrauss and L. Tzafriri, On Orlicz sequence spaces, Israel J.

Xm, of {lA S is the Stone space of a certain subalgebra ~ elements of of the Equivalently, we may regard it as the closed linear span Aim) in The Grothendieck property for m can be shown to follow from a property of completeness'. It X'it that may be called 'subsequential The property is that for every disjoint sequence (An) of om. there is an infinite subset M of I"~ such the union mEM U A m COt. One can show further, using ideas from Rosenthal's paper is an element of (19), that if that every embeds in X~then there is an infinite subset LC.

E. Lacey, The isometric theory of classical Banach spaces, BerlinHeide\berq-New York, Springer 1974. D. Lewis, The dimension of complemented Hilbertian subspaces of uniformly convex Banach lattices, to appear. J. Lindenstrauss, On nonlinear projections in Banach spaces, Mich. Math. J. 11, (1964), 263-287. J. Lindenstrauss, The geometric theory of the classical Banach spaces, Actes, Congres intern. Ma th. 2, (1970), 365-372. J. Lindenstrauss and A. Pelczynski, Absolutely summing operators in Lp spaces and their applications, Studia Math.

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