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- No paper that has been previously published, or which is being considered for publication elsewhere, should be submitted to the London Mathematical Society.
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The Editors prefer not to consider multiple versions of the same paper before a decision on the first version is sent, particularly if the changes are minor. If you have received a letter that firmly rejects your paper and does not mention that a resubmission would be considered, you would be advised to submit any revision of your paper to another journal.
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