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A mathematician is a device for turning coffee into theorems.
—Attributed to both Alfréd Rényi and Paul Erdős
Weak coffee is suitable "only for lemmas."[1]
—Suggested by Paul Turán

A proposition is a generic term for a theorem of no particular importance. This term sometimes connotes a statement with a simple proof, while the term theorem is usually reserved for the most important results or those with long or difficult proofs.

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  1. ... and corollaries?