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An algebra is congruence modular (or CM for short) if its lattice of congruence relations is modular.
A class of algebras is congruence modular if each of its members is congruence modular.
Congruence modularity holds for many 'classical' varieties such as groups and rings.
Properties that imply congruence modularity
Properties implied by congruence modularity