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 +# The [[East Indies]], including [[India]], [[Southeast Asia]], [[Indonesia]], and adjacent lands.
 +# The [[West Indies]], including [[Cuba]], [[Puerto Rico]], and other [[island]]s of the [[Caribbean]].
-# A large [[river]] of [[south]]-[[central]] [[Asia]], rising in [[Tibet]] and flowing through [[Kashmir]] and [[Pakistan]] to the [[Arabian Sea]] 
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-=====Derived terms===== 
-* [[Indus Valley Civilization]] 
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-=====Related terms===== 
-* [[Indian]] 
-* [[Indies]] 
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  1. The East Indies, including India, Southeast Asia, Indonesia, and adjacent lands.
  2. The West Indies, including Cuba, Puerto Rico, and other islands of the Caribbean.




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