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Pithom and Raamses.
Women would not be a threat in time of war and would serve as good slaves, as well as being absorbed into the Egyptian population. (Midrash)
They feared HaShem.
He did not cry. (Midrash)
By a well and seven daughters of the priest of Midian came to water their flock. Moshe helped them.
Eliezer when he came to find a wife for Yitzhak, and Yaakov when he stopped at the well to help Rachel.
Gershom; For I was a stranger in a strange land.
It is symbolic of the Egyptian Exile. HaShem was in the lowly thornbush because he joined in the suffering of his People. The bush itself represents Israel and could not be consumed because HaShem does not allow his Nation to be destroyed.
Moshe's rod turned into a serpent and then back again. When he put his hand inside his blouse, it became leperous; when he returned it, it became healthy again.