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An example of a solution branch of the three dimensional Euler equation Cauchy problem
is constructed which develops a singular velocity component and a singular vorticity
component after finite time for some data which have Hoelder continuous first order
spatial derivatives. Such a solution branch can be extended beyond a time section
at some positive finite time where a two dimensional set of singularities is located.