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Let {Qv } be a collection of local points on X, for all places v of k, that satisﬁes the Brauer–Manin conditions. Then {p(Qv )} satisﬁes the Brauer– Manin conditions on D . 3). Call this point Q. The inverse image of Q in D deﬁnes a class ρ ∈ H 1 (k, µ6 ) = k ∗ /k ∗6 . Consider the twisted torsor E ρ × Dρ → X. Now Dρ has a k-point over Q. But the action of µ6 on E preserves the origin, hence the twisted curve E ρ has a k-point. Therefore, we obtain a k-point on E ρ × Dρ , and hence on X. Note that for the bielliptic surfaces of Corollary 2 the quotient of Br X by the image of Br k is inﬁnite, but in the proof we only used the Brauer–Manin conditions given by the elements of the conjecturally ﬁnite group X(J ).

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