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Suppm neighborhood K of 1 in G, and Hausdorffspace,thus a compact and consequently is completely normal4 Lemma. Now by the Urysohn = 1 and continuous function f on K with f(1) f(ac) = 0 for :1: E K \\ U. still denoted f to an element of Cj(G), f, by f(:r) = 0 for at E G\\U. 8) open neighborhood of 1 in G let K (V) denote Since F1 \357\254\201nite intersections of these sets are C C$ Cgm, Cf; 0,)\" But K is compact, so there is a point I + E \357\254\202v nbhd of 1 K) is an If V of {K E I k non\342\200\224ernpty.