On Math.SE, we frequently get integrals that simply do not exist in the usual sense because the integration path intersects a pole of the integrand. Occasionally, we come across such integrals in the course of evaluating integrals of functions with removable singularities using complex methods. However, sometimes such integrals are interesting in their own right. […]

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