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Whose fault is it that we are losing all this money?
What about these glasses? Whose are they?
Whose little girl is she?
Help is needed for families whose homes were destroyed in the bombing.
The defense minister, under whose authority the agency operated, was forced to resign.
They live in a house whose roof could collapse at any time.
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someone who admires a famous person such as a political or religious leader and is influenced by...
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