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The Homology of Iterated Loop Spaces,
Lecture Notes in Math., {\bf 533}, Springer-Verlag (1976).
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{\em The lower central series of a fiber-type arrangement},
Inventiones Math., {\bf 82} (1985), 77--88.
\bibitem{config} Fadell E. and Neuwirth L.,
{\em Configuration spaces},
Math.~Scand., {\bf 10} (1962), 111--118.
\bibitem{kane} Kane R.,
{\em The homology of Hopf-spaces},
North-Holland Mathematical Library, {\bf 40} (1988).
\bibitem{serlie} Serre J.P.,
Lie Algebras and Lie Groups,
W.A. Benjamin, Inc. (1965).
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