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SUBLEMMA. The function x on P(L*) is either a constant or a delta-function of one point (x) in P(L*). PROOF OF SUBLEMMA: Let us take any projective line pI in P(L*) and consider the restriction of x on it. For this pI we can find a two-dimensional subspace V2 in L which intersects all spaces Vi, t in pl. Suppose that s1, s2, s3, s4 are the points on pI with x(s1) different from both x(s3) and x(s4) and x(s2) also different from x(s3),x(s4). It can't happen because we can find V2 intersecting all the spaces Va; in general stratum.
Triviality 1f;- 1\ ~ is equivalent to algebraic dependence of them, because that means h is constant on the level divisors of II. 6: I don't know if this lemma is true for any two Zp characters Xl, X2 of PGalab without rationality assumption. COROLLARY. 1 we can characterize in terms of PGaic all projections of PGazab on PGazab k( x) dual to the algebraically closed imbeddings of k( x) into K. They are exactly maximal rational projections onto the quotient groups V of dimension more than one, with the property that corresponding map of H2(V, QpjZp) into H2(PGaI C , QpjZp) is trivial.
Then F Proof.