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    General Guan is "a/the" guardian angel for...

    General Guan in the Three Kingdoms Period is "a/the" guardian angel for businessmen and policemen.
    I wrote this sentence above. I want to know which article in the quotes should I use? Thanks!

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    Re: General Guan is "a/the" guardian angel for...

    I think that depends on whether there was only one guardian angel in the Three Kingdoms Period of the Chinese history, which I have long since forgotten.
    I am not a teacher.

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