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- Algebraic geometry and analytic geometry#Chow's theorem: The theorem that asserts that any analytic subvariety in projective space is actually algebraic.
- Chow–Rashevskii theorem: In sub-Riemannian geometry, the theorem that asserts that any two points are connected by a horizontal curve.
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