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- A magnetic pole is an end point of a magnet.
- The poles of the Earth, or other planet, are the points where its axis of rotation passes through its surface. See: geographical pole, North Pole, South Pole, polar region.
- The celestial poles are the ends of the celestial sphere.
- A pole is a long and straight stick, usually vertical or intended to be used vertically. See barber, pole vault, pole (object).
- In complex analysis, a pole of a function is a certain simple type of singularity. See pole (complex analysis).
- A pole is also a unit of length, also called a rod, equal to 5.5 yards or 16.5 feet (5.029 meters in SI units), see pole (length).
- A Pole is a native of Poland. See demographics of Poland.
- In chemistry, a polar molecule is one that has concentrations of electric charge, see polar molecule.