Double coset-ordering subgroup

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A subgroup H of a group G is termed double coset-ordering if given any two double cosets HxH and HyH one cannot find g,h,g',h' such that gHxHg' \subset HyH and hHyHh' \subset HxH. In other words, the relation:

HxH \le HyH \iff \exists g,g' \qquad gHxHg' \subset HyH

is a partial order.

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