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20 Facts About Nile
6. The Nile is used to irrigate cotton fields and horticultural farms.
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7. In some myths, the Nile was considered a manifestation of the god Hapi who blessed the land with abundance, according to the Ancient History Encyclopedia.
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8. The Nile was the quickest and easiest way to travel from place to place.
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9. In the two years since Blue Nile sold to Bain Capital Private Equity and Bow Street LLC for $500 million—removing it from the stock market—the Seattle-based online jewelry retailer has remade its leadership team, streamlined its supply chain and jumpstarted its revenue growth.
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11. The Nile has a variety of plant and animal species.
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13. The Nile was considered to be a causeway from life to death and the afterlife.
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15. The Nile was a convenient and efficient means of transportation for people and goods.
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17. In the ancient Egyptian language, the Nile is called H'pi or Iteru, meaning "river".
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