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Among the objects found in the excavated temple were small terra-cotta

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this question is purely idiomatical. I agree choice A is best.

but I have a question
in choice A, "healing " refers to the subject "who" or to " aid" ?
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New post 05 Apr 2019, 05:56
thangvietnam wrote:
this question is purely idiomatical. I agree choice A is best.

but I have a question
in choice A, "healing " refers to the subject "who" or to " aid" ?
Neither, as we have an aid in X here. Read it along with the in (in doing something).

... in healing...
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