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This is the gentleman whom I mentioned a moment ago.
There are over 6,000 students, many of whom come from overseas.
To whom did you speak?
Whom will they choose to lead them?
'They say that Marlowe was murdered.' 'By whom?'
Tell me whom you admire most.
This is the British English definition of whom. View American English definition of whom.
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