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  2. Merrimack Valley - Wikipedia

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    The population of the region in 2010 was 631,477, slightly more than that of Boston, and about one tenth of the state's.. The Merrimack Valley contains a mixture of 19th-century industrial cities and mill complexes built to take advantage of the river's waterpower, modern suburbs (many built over towns dating from the 17th century), and some relatively rural areas.

  3. Herero and Namaqua genocide - Wikipedia

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    They lost in property: the land, the cattle, and the slave workforce (when slavery was partially outlawed in 1905 by Germany) that were essential to Herero and Nama lifestyles, passed into the hands of German ranchers arriving in South West Africa.: 57 This caused a great deal of resentment and led eventually to the revolt

  4. Women in Hinduism - Wikipedia

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    Gathasaptasati is an anthology of Subhashita genre of poetry, from the first half of 1st millennium CE, many of which are attributed to Hindu women in central and western India. Menstruation. In Hinduism, menstruating women are traditionally advised rules to follow. Menstruation is seen as a period of purification, and women are often separated ...

  5. Darkseid - Wikipedia

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    Darkseid (/ ˈ d ɑːr k s aɪ d /) is a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.Created by writer-artist Jack Kirby, the character first made a cameo appearance in Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #134 in December 1970, before officially being introduced in the debut issue of The Forever People in February 1971.