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ABC calls this a 连词, which they explain like this: Conjunction Liáncí 连词 A conjunction is a word that joins phrases or sentences together to form a larger sentence or chunk of thought. Some examples include érqiě 'furthermore', suīrán 'although', suǒyǐ 'therefore', jiù 'then' and yàoburán 'otherwise'. here's ABC's relative entry for 来: ...
In academic writing, 综上所述 is often used
Zhonghua Zihai (simplified: 中华字海 (1994)) has 85,568 characters; The Dictionary of Chinese Variant Form (traditional: 異體字字典 (2004)) has 106,230 characters.
I'd opt for 女权的发展 (...................................)
The summary of 来's usage, as a complement to user3306356's answer. You can use 来 as a concrete verb, as in 奥巴马来北京见维尼熊, which you already know. Less concrete it is when 来 is used in some verb serializations, as in 过来, 上来, the main verb is 过 or 上, 来 only functions as an indication of "towards me". Sometimes 来 is used metaphorically, as in 我醒来了. Even less ...
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