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Map of the combined drainage basins of the Ganges (orange), Brahmaputra (violet), and Meghna (green). ISI 2017 WOS___SCIE 0556-8641 1607-3606 0256-0046 0013-8398 1681-5564 0041-4751 0038-1969 0379-9069 1608-9685 0038-2353 Philosophical Papers 1021-447X 1021-2019. According to Marks and Beatty, the three most devastating epidemics to hit the human race were “The Plague of Justinian” (A.D. 541–591) which lasted 50 years, "The Black Death" (1348–1351) which lasted 4 years, and “Spanish Influenza” (1918) which lasted five months [] (Table 1).From an analysis of Table 1, it can be seen that three types of information were included in the.

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