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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
who (pronoun)
1.
what or which person or persons - used as an interrogative who was elected? find out who they are used by speakers on all educational levels and by many reputable writers, though disapproved by some grammarians, as the object of a verb or a following preposition who did I see but a Spanish lady Padraic Colum do not know who the message is from G. K. Chesterton
2.
the person or persons that - whoever
3.
- used as a function word to introduce a relative clause used especially in reference to persons my father, who was a lawyer but also in reference to groups a generation who had known nothing but war R. B. West or to animals dogs who…fawn all over tramps Nigel Balchin or to inanimate objects especially with the implication that the reference is really to a person earlier sources who maintain a Davidic ancestry F. M. Cross used by speakers on all educational levels and by many reputable writers, though disapproved by some grammarians, as the object of a verb or a following preposition a character who we are meant to pity Times Literary Supplement whom, that
WHO (abbreviation)
World Health Organization
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