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El ∈ F and h1 , . . , hl ∈ G. Note that the elements hi · ei , i = 1, . . , l, do not necessarily belong to Y . We consider two cases: Case 1 For all i = 1, . . , l we have hi ·ei ∈ Y . If there exists an i = 1, . . , l such that ei ∈ D then we have (y, g)=(h1 · e1 ∧· · ·∧ hi−1 · ei−1 ∧ hi+1 · ei+1 ∧· · ·∧ hl · el , 1)(hi · ei , g) =(h1 · e1 , 1)· · ·(hi−1 · ei−1 , 1)(hi+1 · ei+1 , 1)· · ·(hl · el , 1)(hi · ei , g). We have seen that (hi · ei , g), (hj · ej , 1) ∈ B for all ei ∈ F \D and all j = 1, .