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A connected topological space is said to be
*unicoherent* provided that whenever and
are closed, connected subsets of such that
, then is connected.
Let a continuum and its subcontinuum be given. Then is
said to be *unicoherent at*
provided that for each pair of proper
subcontinua and of such that
the intersection
is connected (see [Owens 1986, p. 146]).

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*Janusz J. Charatonik, Pawel Krupski and Pavel Pyrih*

*2001-11-30*