Countable model theory and large cardinals

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We can look at this model theoretically as follows. By the linearly ordered predicate calculus, we simply mean ordinary predicate calculus with equality and a special binary relation symbol <. It is required that in all interpretations, < be a linear ordering on the domain. Thus we have the usual completeness theorem provided we add the axioms that assert that < is a linear ordering.
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