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Simple Groups of Finite Morley Rank of Even Type
 with T. Altinel and A. Borovik, Mathematical Surveys
and Monographs, vol. 145,
American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI, 2008
xx+556 pp.
 93.
Genericity, Generosity, and Tori, in Proceedings, Logicum
Lugdunensis, expected 2008.
 92.
Permutation groups of finite Morley rank,
with A. Borovik
 pp. 59124, in Model Theory with Applications to Algebra and
Analysis, Vol. 2,
Zoé Chatzidakis, Dugald Macpherson, Anand Pillay, and Alex Wilkie,
eds.,
London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series, Cambridge University
Press, 2008.
 91.
Simple groups of finite Morley rank of unipotent type,
with A. Borovik and J. Burdges.
 pp. 4762, in Algebra, Logic, Set Theory. Festschrift fuer Ulrich
Felgner zum 65. Geburtstag, B. Loewe ed.,
Studies in Logic, College Publications at Kings College London, 2007.
 90.
Involutions in groups of finite Morley rank of degenerate type,
with J. Burdges and A. Borovik
 Selecta Mathematica, 13 (2007) 122.
 89.
Universal graphs with a forbidden subtree,
with S. Shelah
 J. Comb. Theory, Series B, 97 (2007), 293333.
 88.
A generic identification theorem for L*groups of finite Morley rank
with A. Berkman, A. Borovik, and J. Burdges

J. Algebra, 319 (2008), 5076.
 87.
Universal graphs with a forbidden nearpath or 2bouquet, with L. Tallgren
 J. Graph Theory,
56 (2007), 4163.
copyright Wiley Periodicals
 86.
A note on orthogonality and stable embeddedness, with E. Hrushovski and
M. Djordjevic
 J. Symbolic Logic 70 (2005), 13591364
 85.
Minimal connected simple groups of finite Morley rank with strongly
embedded subgroups, with J. Burdges and E. Jaligot
 J. Algebra 314 (2007), 581612
 84.
Good tori in groups of finite Morley rank
 J. Group Theory 8 (2005), 613621
 83.
Categoricity in power n+2,
 Discrete Mathematics 291 (2005), 5571
A bas Borovik! A bas Burdges! A bas la logique!
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