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### Enumerate alignment in remark [duplicate]

I'm using amsart. When I create an enumeration inside a remark environment, the numbering is not aligned properly: Remark. (1) (2) (3) (4) How do I shift the (1) nextline? Remark. (1) (2) (3) (...
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### Enumeration indentation [duplicate]

I don't know, how this enumeration should be indented. It gives me the enumeration closely next to the word "Practice" and it should be on the separate line (under "Practice"). \documentclass[a4paper,...
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### Theorem environment - line break after label [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: ntheorem environment with indentation Skipping line after “Proof” in proof environment \begin{theorem}[label] The theorem text. \end{theorem} I want to have ...
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### Skipping line after "Proof" in proof environment

Like the OP in Is it possible to skip the first line in a theorem environment?, I would like to be able to skip a line after the word "Proof" so that the first line of the proof is actually part of ...
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### Annoying space before the first item in an enumeration which starts a theorem

Consider the following example: \documentclass{article} \newtheorem{Theorem}{Theorem} \begin{document} \begin{Theorem} On the other hand, this one has only one claim. \end{Theorem} \begin{Theorem} \...
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### Theorem environment with a line break after label and before an enumerate environment [duplicate]

What I want to achieve is very similar to this question, but the solution offered seems not to work in precisely the cases I need it to work! I'm placing enumerate and itemize environments inside a ...
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### Theorem environment : interaction with enumerate/itemize

My question is related to this one : Is it possible to skip the first line in a theorem environment? Actually, I am looking for a way to implement the solution given there in a somewhat systematic ...
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### Theorem starting with a list

I want a robust way to handle theorems which starts by a list environment, with the first item being on a new line. I don't want to distinguish between theorems with lists and those without by using ...