Lowell persuaded D. H. Lawrence to contribute poems to the 1915 and 1916 volumes,  making him the only writer to publish as both a Georgian poet and an Imagist. Marianne Moore also became associated with the group during this period. However, with World War I as a backdrop, the times were not easy for avant-garde literary movements (Aldington, for example, spent much of the war at the front), and the 1917 anthology effectively marked the end of the Imagists as a movement.
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Like all irrational numbers, π cannot be represented as a common fraction (also known as a simple or vulgar fraction ), by the very definition of "irrational number" (that is, "not a rational number"). But every irrational number, including π , can be represented by an infinite series of nested fractions, called a continued fraction :
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