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Vn-i in yi(7(A),D), we have Pigivo^. /n-i) o T) = 0^(507^(^(307, . . , y ^ _ i 07)) a s 7 f ^ = idD = 0^(^7(2/007, . P{yn-i)) = g{P{yo)^'"^P{yn-i)) as a preserves g^ as7f^ -=id/^. Therefore /3 preserves G. It is also easy to show that /? , and that P is continuous. So /? : yi(7(A), D) -^ D preserves the structure induced by D. Since D dualises D, the map /? must be given by evaluation at some b G 7(^) Q A. We will show that a is given by evaluation at b on a~^{D), Let X G a~^{D). For all a G A, we have x{j{a)) — 7(x(a)) G D, as 7 is a term function.

So we may regard Mo as the zeroth approximation to a dualising structure for M. 1 Lattice operations 27 to try to find afinitefamily R of algebraic relations on M such that the structure M =^ (M; G, R, T) yields a duality on ISP(M). In this section, we give a beautiful illustration of this approach. We show that a finite algebra must be dualisable if it has a pair of binary homomorphisms that are lattice operations. 1 Theorem Let M be a finite algebra that has binary homomorphisms V and A such that (M; V, A) is a lattice.

Assume that each s E S is a strong idempotent of a map in G'. Assume further that, for all k G M\D and t G M \ 5 , the sets G' and S fl End(M)(^) distinguish t within M. Then M yields a duality on I§P(M). Proof Let A be a finite algebra in yi : - ISP(M) and let a : D(A) -^ M be a morphism. 3 Dualisable term retracts 43 evaluation. So we can assume that there exists k E a(yi(A, M))\I?. 2, the map a is given by evaluation at some a e ^ on the set a~^{S), Since k G a ( y i ( A , M ) ) and a preserves End(M), we have End(M)(fc) C a ( y i ( A , M ) ) .