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3). Historical remarks. The set of ends of a topological space has been introduced by Freudenthal ; for homogeneous space of Lie groups, it has been ﬁrstly studied by Borel to prove that there are no action of a Lie group on a simply connected manifold which is 4-transitive [Bo]. After Stalling’s famous paper on the structure Cuts in Kahler ¨ Groups 47 of groups with an inﬁnity of ends, C. Houghton [Ho] and P. Scott [Sc] began to study ends of pairs of groups. 2. Induced cuts. Cuts and their properties (obviously) lift under surjective homomorphisms G → G: if H cuts G the so does the pullback H ⊂ G of H to G; furthermore, the invariance (by the action of H) and stability pass from H-cuts to H-cuts, in other words if H is a Shreier cut of G then H is a Schreier cut of G.
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Present m3 as a balanced word in g2 , g3 m3 , . . , gk mk conjugated by elements fi ∈ G2 . Note that they all commute with g1 . As before, m3 = w(g2 , g1 g3 m3 , g4 m4 , . . , gk mk ) (and, actually, m3 = w(g2 , y3 , . . , yk ) where yi are arbitrarily chosen from gi mi or g1 gi mi , i = 3, . . ). Thus we have: (g1 , g2 , g3 m3 , . . , gk mk ) ∼ (g1 , g2 , g1 g3 m3 , g4 m4 , . . , g1 gk mk ) ∼ (g1 m3 , g2 , g1 g3 m3 , g4 m4 , . . , gk mk ) ∼ (g1 m3 , g2 , g3 , g4 m4 , . . , gk mk ) ∼ (g1 , g2 , g3 , g4 m4 , .