Journal of Symbolic Logic 43 (3):442-455 (1978)
|Abstract||We give two examples. T 0 has nine countable models and a nonprincipal 1-type which contains infinitely many 2-types. T 1 has four models and an inessential extension T 2 having infinitely many models|
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