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Many of the __________ creation stories portray the Earth being created during an event called the Dreaming. A. Polynesians' B. Aborigines' C. Maori's D. Micronesians'
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To promote the growth of vegetation, Aborigines __________. A. used fire to do controlled burns B. developed new types of fertilizer C. practiced animism D. let sheep graze only in certain areas
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Why is it important to detect an HIV infection as early as possible? A. to increase the patient's chances of being cured of the infection B. to prevent the patient from unknowingly passing on the virus C. to allow doctors the time needed to study the infection D. to alert the community of the presence of the infection
Weegy: Letters A, B, and C can be the answer/s to this question. [ It is important to detect an HIV infection as early as possible so as to increase the patient's chances of being cured of the infection, to prevent the patient from unknowingly passing on the virus, and to allow doctors the time needed to study the infection. However, the most important among the three is letter A, which is to increase the patient's chances of being cured of the infection. For a good read and additional information, you may visit this page: ] (More)
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