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1. What kind of manifold are you talking about? I assume you mean Riemannian manifold, not merely a topological manifold. If that is correct, then say so.

2. Before the words ``every meridian'' it should be an em-dash instead of a hyphen. TeXwise that means that instead of ``-'' it should be ``---''.

Boris

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The reason I was orignally hesitant about stating what sort of manifold was that the notion of conjugate points makes sense in any context where a notion of geodesic is well defined. However, as you pointed out, saying nothing was confusing so I added a

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