We call ([[PI].sub.(v,d)], [H.sub.(v,d)) a principal series representation of G.

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In this note we treat degenerate spherical

principal series representations [pi] = I([lambda]) of G and [pi]' = J(v) of G' for the pair of higher real rank groups

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