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In “The Maori: Genealogies and Origins in New Zealand” myth, what does Papa symbolize? A. father – the sky B. mother – the Earth C. a brother – phenomena of the world, like war or weather D. a brother – an element of the Earth, like the sea or animals
Weegy: In The Maori: Genealogies and Origins in New Zealand myth, Papa is: C. GOD OF EARTH. (More)
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In “The Maori: Genealogies and Origins in New Zealand” myth, Papa symbolizes: mother – the Earth.
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What is a symbol? A. a repeated element B. a message or main idea C. something that is used to stand for something else D. the main idea
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A symbol is something that is used to stand for something else.
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Can the body can get water from milk, juices, fruits, and vegetables.
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In literature, when something is used to represent something else it is called __________. A. a symbol B. alliteration C. a motif D. imagery
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