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what's the cohomological dimension of a Stein space?
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Are the reals really a fraction field?
Dear @Asaf, every automorphism of $A$ can be extended to an automorphism of $\mathbb R$ (apply the automorphism to the numerator and the denominator of a fraction), but I'm far for sure that every permutation of the $r_i$'s can be extended to $A$ . 
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What is ChernSimons theory expected to assign to a point?
How interesting and how lucky you are to have two native languages: when I think of how much effort one has to make as an adult to learn a new language... (U moet het wel weten: U schijnt veel talen te kennen) And congratulations for your staggering mastery of the hard mathematics you have regaled us with for several years. 
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What is ChernSimons theory expected to assign to a point?
Dear André, will you excuse me if I ask you what your mother tongue is? The only excuse for this indiscrete request is that I am pathologically interested in linguistics [and your English is too perfect to be native:)] 
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A geometric characterization for arithmetic genus
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Solvable question of dee dee bar lemma
Dear A.T.Saaki, I hope it was completely clear that this was a harmless wordplay and that I was in no way trying to make fun of you. Actually when I began my career in mathematics I studied the dee bar operator for quite some time and really liked it, but unfortunately I left that domain and am quite unable to answer your question. 
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Solvable question of dee dee bar lemma
Dee Dee Bar sounds like a nice place where to enjoy a drink... 
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“Paradoxes” in $\mathbb{R}^n$
+1: I find these results wonderfully paradoxical, with no quotation marks around the adjective, since they violate my intuition. If some people have a more accurate intuition, so much the better for them. 
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SeveriBrauer variety and finite covering
Many thanks for your quick answer, Sasha, especially considering that my comment comes so late after your answer. 
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SeveriBrauer variety and finite covering
Dear Sasha, why is the universal smooth conic over $X$ not the projectivization of a vector bundle ? 
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determinant of normal bundle ample
Well that new question may be more interesting but it is not what you asked originally. 
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determinant of normal bundle ample
This is an answer to the original question which just asked for a formula for the determinant, and I gave such a formula here . The original question did not even mention the word "ample" ! 
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determinant of normal bundle ample
@user45766: It is extremely unpleasant that you have completely deleted the original question which just asked for a formula for the determinant of the normal bundle. I have given you precisely such a formula , but now my answer looks like a complete non sequitur because of your modifications. Please modify your post in order that the original question is reestablished and add your question on ampleness below. 