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Deleting new line when beginning new theorem in a list [duplicate]

I am using the package amsthm to type my assignments and I have encountered the following problem. Here's the code I use: \newtheorem{claim}{Claim} : : \begin{enumerate} \item \begin{claim} ...
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How to set word wrap for enumerate items in booklet?

The code below is based on the code from booklet manual Chapter 2. I used the enumerate environment. The problem is that words are stretching out of the paper. It won't break line automatically: I ...
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Start the content of an item on a new line after the item label in enumerate environment

How to have the full content of an enumerate item to start on a new line below the item label and number, and aligned to the left margin of the document ? This question is closely related to this ...
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Suppressing line break in enumerate environment

I'm using the gather environment within the enumerate environment. After creating an item/before entering the gather environment, LaTeX adds a linebreak which I don't like. \begin{enumerate}[(a)] ...
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Creating an enumerate-description style environment

I've been trying to create a list environment to produce something that does the following: It has a counter (like the enumerate environment). The first line of each item is an overview of the item ...
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Forcing new line after item number in enumerate environment

How can I force the text of an enumerate item to start on a new line below the item number?
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Avoiding a line break at the beginning of an enumerate

How can I avoid the line break at the begin of an enumerate environment? I've noticed that theorem-style environments succeed in doing so. I'm using the enumitem package and my concrete example is: ...
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Starting an enumerate of an enumerate on next line?

What I'm trying to do is to make my enumerates look like this a) i) answer ii) answer b) answer Currently, I'm using \begin{enumerate} \item \hfill \\ \begin{enumerate}[a)] \item ...