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Completely Hausdorff space

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  1. spaces and Urysohn spaces are types of topological spaces satisfying slightly stronger separation axioms than the more familiar Hausdorff space

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  2. The cocountable extension topology is the topology on the real line generated by the union of the usual Euclidean topology and the cocountable topology

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  3. a term from topology

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  4. Suppose that X is a topological space

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  5. The study of separation axioms is notorious for conflicts with naming conventions used

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  6. an easy exercise to show that any two points which can be separated by a function can be separated by closed neighborhoods

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