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A group property is termed quotient-universal if given any group , there exists a group satisfying and a normal subgroup of such that is isomorphic to the quotient group .
Note that the term quotient-universal is not standard, and some people use it in a narrower sense, for instance, only for finitely generated groups or only for finite groups.