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Floods... many thinks come to your mine while you listen about or see ,floods also many novelist wrote about as aback ground to the events.

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Yeas this one side A TRAGEDY  you looking with ,but I think there are many more reality and benefits 

In particular more smaller floods can also bring many benefits, such as recharging ground water, making soil more rich....ELS

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