It is known [1-5, 7] that if a set of any of the four types is given: an extended complex plane , a polynomial image of a unit circle ( ), an arbitrary unit subset of the set , and finally, a union of finite number of nondegenerate polynomial lines augmented with point, then for any point there is such a deleted neighborhood of its and a defined in it poly-analytic (p.a.) function , i.e. the function of the kind
where , ( ) - are analytic in functions, that . Let us remind that the number is called  the order of poly-analytic property of the function , and if , then it is called the proximate order of its poly-analyticity; the functions () are called the analytic components of the poly-analytic (or as it is spoken about, - analytic) function .
However, the earlier offered in [2,3] method of finding the corresponding p.a. function for the last, the fourth, case, when the point is called [2, 3] the isolated singular l-point of the function , and the predetermined set is sure to have the form
where , , ; , unlike the rest of the cases, was very complicated and tedious.
In this article essentially more simple modes of construction of a p.a. function possessing a limit set of the kind (2) in its isolated l-point are offered, ( ) being arbitrary predetermined polynomials different from those identical to the constants.
As compelling for any congruence allows considering that or , and vice versa, then, for the sake of simplicity, some results further will be formulated namely for .
Let , where ,
, , , and let , where the polynomials , , and the numbers are all complex -th roots of 1 (unity), the polynomial has no complex unit module roots, then for the function
the congruence is correct.
The deduction of the theorem 1 is in .
1. As , then is a union of a pair of parallels;
is a union of three parallels
; is a union of tree concurrent in the 0 point lines.
2. As , то ; is a union of three half-lines, all of them centering in 0 point and making angles of 1200.
3. As is a parabola of the second order, then every of the sets, and , is a union of two parabolas.
In the conclusion of the article let us show some simple upper estimate of the number of polynomial lines, making up , where is isolated singular l-point of the p.a. function .
For any p.a. function of the proximate poly-analyticity order , and for its every isolated singular l-point the set of all the elements from can be represented in the form of a union of finite number of nontrivial polynomial lines, the quantity of which satisfies the following conditions:
б). (with and with this estimate is exact).
The deduction of the theorem 2 is in .
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The article is admitted to the International Scientific Conference "Fundamental Research", Dominican Republic, 2007, April 10-20; came to the editorial office on 22.12.06