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As pointed out in [4] the paper [2], authored by G. Bennett, J. Boos and T. Leiger, contains a nontrivial gap in the argumentation of the proof of Theorem 5.2 which is one of main results of that paper and has been applied three times. Till now neither the gap is closed nor a counterexample has been stated. That is why the authors have examined in [4] the situation around the ‘gap’ aiming to a better understanding for the gap. The aim of this paper is to prove the mentioned applications of the theorem in doubt by using gliding hump arguments (quite similar to the classical proofs of the Theorems of Schur and Hahn in the first case (cf. [3]) and a very technical and artful construction, being of independent mathematical interest, in the second case).

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We show that the classical monotonicity conditions can be moderated in four theorems of P. Chandra.

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We analyze the relationships of four classical and three recently defined classes of numerical sequences.

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— a másodrendû jelzáloghitel-piaci válság és hazai következményei (Analysis of a Special Sequence of Events — The Crisis on the Secondary Mortgage Market and Its Consequences — also for Hungary). Közgazdasági Szemle , LV(July-August): 573

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