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### Definition of Singularities

**1.** singularity [n] - See also: singularity

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### Literary usage of Singularities

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**1.** *Theory of Differential Equations* by Andrew Russell Forsyth (1902)

"No equations of the Fuchsian type, other than those already discussed, are made
completely determinate merely by the assignment of the **singularities** and ..."**2.** *Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable* by Andrew Russell Forsyth (1893)

"If any one of the **singularities**, say am, had been accidental and not ... A function
f(z), which has any finite number of accidental **singularities** in ..."**3.** *A Treatise on the Analytic Geometry of Three Dimensions* by George Salmon (1882)

"Hence, when any three of the **singularities** which we have enumerated, of a curve
in space, are given, all the rest can lie found. 328. ..."**4.** *A Treatise on the Analytic Geometry of Three Dimensions* by George Salmon (1882)

"Hence, when any three of the **singularities** which we have enumerated, of a curve
in space, are given, all the rest can be found. 328. ..."**5.** *A Treatise on the Analytic Geometry of Three Dimensions* by George Salmon (1874)

"Hence, when any three of the **singularities** which we have enumerated, of a curve
in space, are given, all the rest can be found. 359. ..."**6.** *The Theory of Functions of a Real Variable and the Theory of Fourier's Series* by Ernest William Hobson (1907)

"THE CONDENSATION OF **singularities**. 421. A method of constructing functions which
possess, at an infinitely numerous set of points in a linear interval, ..."**7.** *An Elementary Treatise on Cubic and Quartic Curves* by Alfred Barnard Basset (1901)

"Since imaginary **singularities** occur in pairs, no cubic can have an imaginary node
or cusp; but such **singularities** may occur in all curves of a higher degree ..."