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Marvell uses an allusion to suggest a time span from before the Flood to Armageddon in order to create an image of A. slow motion. B. a time warp. C. eternity. D. time travel.
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User: Marvell uses an allusion to suggest a time span from before the Flood to Armageddon in order to create an image of A. slow motion. B. a time warp. C. eternity. D. time travel.

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Marvell uses an allusion to suggest a time span from before the Flood to Armageddon in order to create an image of: eternity.
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It is not B. I don't really know what it is but it's definetly not a time warp.
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