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\begin{document}
\bibliographystyle{plain} % Set the bibliography style to AMS
% alphabetized. (Can use ``amsalpha'' or
% ``abbrv''instead.)
% Title page as required by Rackham dissertation guidelines
\titlepage{THE TITLE OF YOUR DISSERTATION}{John Doe}{Doctor of Philosophy}
{Mathematics} {2001}
{ Professor Henri Poincare, Chair \\
Professor Euclid\\
Associate Professor Isaac Newton\\
Professor David Hilbert \\
Assistant Professor Friedrich Gauss }
% Begin the front matter as required by Rackham dissertation guidelines
\initializefrontsections
%\unnumberedpage \copyrightpage{John Doe}
% Copyright page
\setcounter{page}{1}
%\dedicationpage{Put a dedication here}
% Dedication page
%\startacknowledgementspage
% Acknowledgements page
%{Put Acknowledgements here}
% Table of contents, list of figures, etc.
\tableofcontents
\listoffigures
\startthechapters
% The individual files for each of the chapters are put here.
% Save each chapter of your thesis to a seperate tex file
% and then use the \input command to include this file in your
% thesis. For instance you can save a file to "intro.tex" and
% then type \input{intro}".
\chapter{Introduction}
\label{intro}
\input{intro}
\chapter{Labels and Figures}
\label{chap2}
\input{chap2}
%\chapter{Another Chapter Title}
%\label{chap3}
%\input{chap3}
%\chapter{Yet Another Chapter Title}
%\label{chap4}
%\input{chap4}
%\startappendices
%\label{appendix}
%\input{appendix}
%\bibliography{biblio} % Use the BibTeX file ``biblio.bib''.
%Abstract Page
\startabstractpage
{Title of Dissertation} {John Doe} {Chair: Plato}
Put Abstract Here
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