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Are there any Algebraic Geometry Theorems that were proved using Combinatorics?
Does Schubert Calculus qualify? 
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Parodies of abstruse mathematical writing
An old classic, albeit from engineering: youtube.com/watch?v=RXJKdh1KZ0w 
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Exact growth rate of Longest Increasing Subsequence expectation
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Exact growth rate of Longest Increasing Subsequence expectation
@RichardStanley: Ah, thanks! Do you happen to know if the higher (third order) terms are known? I guess I should edit my question to emphasize this. 
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Book on Convergence Concepts in Probability without Measure Theory
@LiviuNicolaescu: I was actually thinking that what's presented in chapter 7 is not really measure theory (no sigmaalgebras, simplefunctions, measures, etc). Just the modes of convergence defined. The truth is I read the book after taking a class on measure theory so the concepts were of course familiar. But again, I would think that this is as good as OP will find if they want to use a book that presents "graduate" level probability with basically no mention of measures. 
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Name for class of flattening permutations
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Name for class of flattening permutations
@SamHopkins: I'll have to think about it. The OEIS for $(2n1)!!$ lists a lot of different objects. 
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Name for class of flattening permutations
@IlyaBogdanov: must be dyslexia or something. Changed, thanks! 