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Groups of type $FP$ via graphical small cancellation

  title={Groups of type \$FP\$ via graphical small cancellation},
  author={Thomas A. G. Brown and Ian J. Leary},
  journal={arXiv: Group Theory},
We construct an uncountable family of groups of type $FP$. In contrast to every previous construction of non-finitely presented groups of type $FP$ we do not use Morse theory on cubical complexes; instead we use Gromov's graphical small cancellation theory. 
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