I’ve just had the finest accomplishment of my mathematical career. I was trying to remember the definition of Jategaonkar’s second layer condition, which arises in noncommutative ring theory when studying the analogue of localizing at a prime ideal. So I typed Jategaonkar into Google, and lo and behold, I spelled it right the first time. (I didn’t say this was much of an accomplishment; just my finest.)

(As for the actual definition, I had less luck. The best I could find was this Ph. D. thesis, by Paul Chong-Hyun Kim.)

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