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Q: n "The Mark of the Beast," how do Strickland and Fleete reverse Fleete's condition? a. they torture the Silver Man b. they restore the statue c. they repent to Hanuman d. it goes away after time
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User: n "The Mark of the Beast," how do Strickland and Fleete reverse Fleete's condition? a. they torture the Silver Man b. they restore the statue c. they repent to Hanuman d. it goes away after time

Weegy: Fleete puts a cigar out on the forehead of the statue.
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In "The Mark of the Beast,"Strickland and Fleete reverse Fleete's condition by: they torture the Silver Man.

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