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[1]Burke, M., ‘Ordinary connectedness implies enriched connectedness and integrability for Lie groupoids’, to appear.
[2]Crainic, M. and Fernandes, R. L., ‘Integrability of Lie brackets’, Ann. of Math. (2) 157(2) (2003), 575620.
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