I would not normally edit my own Wikipedia page, but there was an inaccuracy I felt strongly about. I hope that Quomodocumque will understand.
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Congratulations to you and your wife!
Congratulations! (And a great way to make an announcement. Wonder if your edit will be reverted by an editor who wants a verified source?)
Now that is oblique.
JSE, that is italic.
Congrats! And apart from a professor of mine who made a point to always announce the name of his newborn child with a lengthy (and bad) pun, this is the best such announcement I’ve ever seen.
Congratulations! – Hope child and mother are well!
(At last we now know why my favourite blogger was so inactive the last month)
and don’t forget, algebra for babies is allowed only after the first 2 months…🙂
Wow, many congratulations!
Amusingly, someone added a citation on the Wikipedia page pointing to this very blog post, which is all kinds of self-referential. (I’m not helping that situation with this comment, either.)
So you can full time concentrate on parenting now, while the rest of the world needs to catch up with studying your recent paper written with Conlon in detail.
Congratulations to a very prolific mathematician.
Professor Emeritus Lowell J. Paige died on his birthday in
Carmichael, Calif., on Dec. 10. He was 91.
May all your troubles be little ones again.
Good luck for your life Prof. Timothy.🙂
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