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Suppose that f is holomorphic on a neighbourhood N of a except possibly at a. The behaviour of the function can be of one of three types:
- The absolute value of f is bounded on N; in this case f tends to a limit at a, and the singularity is removable.
- The absolute value of f tends to infinity as f tends to a; in this case some power of z-a times f(z) is bounded, and the singularity is a pole.
- Neither of the above occurs, and the singularity is essential.
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