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By David Mumford

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G1, ... , gm. Therefore, f belongs to the ideal generated by g1, ... , gm, and we conclude that this set of elements generates Z.

If 0 is a polydisc centered at a boundary point of U, then every component of U n o contains infinitely many of the spheres S3 . Thus, f has zeroes of arbitrarily high total order in each component of o n U. If f could be continued from one of these components to a holomorphic function f on 0, then f and all of its partial derivatives would have to vanish at each point of 0 which is a boundary point of the component. Then f would vanish identically on 0 and, consequently, on every component of U which meets A.

Hence, limsup k-1 log Jfk(z')J < - logc k for all z'EA(a',s'). The functions k-1 log I fk(z')I are bounded and measurable on 0(a', s'), and so, with A = 0(a', s'), Fatou's lemma implies limsupJ k -llogIfkz')IdV(z') < k p limsupk fzA logI k < - JO I log c. We conclude that, if 0 < co < c, then there is a k0 and a 6 > 0 such that L k-l log fk(z')IdV(z') c -JAI logco - S, for all k > k0 Now, since k-1 log I fk(z')I is bounded by M0 for all k and all . z' E 0, we may choose c sufficiently small that, if 0 = 0 (a', s') is replaced by of = 0 (w', s' - 0, where w' E 0 (a', E) and E = (c,.

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