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Some examples of separable convex-cocompact subgroups

  title={Some examples of separable convex-cocompact subgroups},
  author={Mark F. Hagen and Alessandro Sisto},
. Reid asked whether all convex-cocompact subgroups of mapping class groups are separable. Using a construction of Manning-Mj-Sageev, we give examples of separable convex- cocompact subgroups that are free of arbitrary finite rank, while prior examples seem to all be virtually cyclic. 

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