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We have (x, y, z) = zyx. (4) e = —1, 6' = — 1. In this case (x,y,z) = zxy. We observe t h a t any of the above four cases is a p e r m u t a t i o n of T with the triple product (x, y, z) = xyz and then we complete assertion 1 of the theorem. Assertion 2 is an easy consequence of the following well known facts. T h e isometries of Ht are of the form x H-> va(x) with \v\ = 1 and a being either an automorphism or an antiautomorphism of the algebra H, and all these automorphisms can be written a s m qxq~l where q e S3 and the antiautomorphism a s m qxq^1 with q as above and where — is the conjugation of EL • Acknowledgment T h e authors are grateful to the referee for his valuable suggestions.

Let 7 be an ideal of T. We define the eventual annihilator of 7 in T as Evann r (7) := ( J Ann T (J n ), n>l where the 7™ is defined inductively by Il=I 12 = [T,I,I] 13 = [T,I2,I2} r = [T,In~1,In-1}, n>2 Following the proof of [3, p. 220] for the finite dimensional case, we can prove, in a general setting, the following. 4. For any ideal IofT and n > 1 we have In is also an ideal ofT that satisfies 7" c 7 n _ 1 C • • • C 7 2 C 7. 5. Let T be a Lie triple system and let I be an ideal ofT. Evann:r(7) is an ideal ofT.

Then Ka < H Q+ i and H a + i is a regular cardinal number. We obtain that h(R) is defined for any topological ring. Remark 3. For a topological ring R, h(R) = Ko if and only if R is locally compact. Definition 4. A topological ring R is called locally cr-compact provided h{R) = H i . , countable unions of compact sets. , [AGM], p. 275). Let m be an infinite cardinal. We will say that a topological space {X,T) is a m-space provided any intersection of a collection of cardinality < m of open subsets is open.