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Marie Curie didn't invent radium and polonium, but she discovered them. :)

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Yes...:D

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The circular saw invented by a woman? Those were used all over the Pacific Northwest here in the USA, or everywhere there was logging going on I imagine...

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Oh that circular inventing lady did not even know what she was starting! :)

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Who invented prostitutes?

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Ancient Near East

Sumerian records dating back to ca. 2400 BCE are the earliest recorded mention of prostitution as an occupation. These describe a temple-brothel operated by Sumerian priests in the city of Uruk. This kakum or temple was dedicated to the goddess Ishtar and was the home to three grades of women.

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I bet those Sumerian priests had no trouble getting people to show up for services more than twice a year. :D

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