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Centerless and maximal in automorphism group implies every automorphism is normal-extensibleCenterless group that is maximal in its automorphism group (2)
Group in which every automorphism is normal-extensible (2)
Centerless group (?)
Maximal subgroup (?)
Automorphism group of a group (?)
Normal-extensible automorphism (?)
Double coset index two implies maximalSubgroup of double coset index two (2)
Maximal subgroup (2)
Double coset index of a subgroup (?)
Maximal subgroup (?)
Every 1-completed subgroup is contained in a maximal subgroup1-completed subgroup (2)
Maximal subgroup (3)
Maximal implies central factor or self-centralizingMaximal subgroup (?)
Central factor (?)
Self-centralizing subgroup (?)
Maximal implies cocentral or contains the centerMaximal subgroup (?)
Cocentral subgroup (?)
Subgroup containing the center (?)
Maximal implies cocentral or self-centralizingMaximal subgroup (?)
Cocentral subgroup (?)
Self-centralizing subgroup (?)
Maximal implies modularMaximal subgroup (2)
Modular subgroup (2)
Maximal implies normal or abnormal2Maximal subgroup (?)
Normal subgroup (?)
Abnormal subgroup (?)
Maximal implies normal or self-normalizingMaximal subgroup (?)
Normal subgroup (?)
Self-normalizing subgroup (?)
Maximal implies pronormalMaximal subgroup (2)
Pronormal subgroup (2)
Nilpotent implies every maximal subgroup is normalNilpotent group (?)
Maximal subgroup (?)
Normal subgroup (?)
Maximal subgroup of nilpotent group (2)
Normal subgroup of nilpotent group (3)
Group in which every maximal subgroup is normal (?)