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Who killed John F. Kennedy?
Who was that guy I saw you with last night?
Who did you hire for the sales position?
Who does this place belong to?
Do you know who's been invited to Claire's dinner party?
"Who is that?" "It's Karen – don't you recognize her?"
Who else did you tell the secret to?
They've already offered the job to someone, but I don't know who.
Curry refused to say who had organized the meeting.
We have to be very careful who we deal with.
Martha won't say who she voted for in the last election.
We only employ people who already have computer skills.
We got the same answer from everyone who we spoke to.
I think Bramwell was the one who first suggested the idea.
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the part of the nucleus of an atom that has no electrical charge
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