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caring (she cared for her daughter) Faithful (she sticks to what she says) Enduring (enduring pain of the loss of her daughter) and powerful (goddess of life, death, harvest, agriculture, marriage, etc.)

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Q: What are 4 words too describe Demeter the goddeses?
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