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For my thesis I have to repeat my theorems, not just the number but the exact wording of the Theorems. I found the question How to repeat the content of a quote (e.g. introduction+conclusion) without violating DRY, however, this does not answer the problem I have.

The theorems have been defined by

\begin{WP}\label{WP:wp2}
some working proposition that i have declared
\end{WP}

The option of declare a new command is not the direction I'd like to go. Are there any suggestions?

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    Hi! Please, compose a full Minimal Working Example since we can't have any slightest idea what {WP} is. Having asked 13 questions before, you might know that MWEs are essential. As well, does How do I repeat a theorem number help? I don't see any significant difference between your question and this one. Please, try to be a bit more specific, show what exactly you want to achieve. – yo' Dec 11 '13 at 16:46
  • you could try the standalone package/documentclass for this – cmhughes Dec 11 '13 at 22:18