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WHO / WHOSE / WHOM refers to people and sometimes animals (who, that, which):
Our C.E.O., whose father was a dentist, has a nice smile.
My sister Michelle, whom you met last Saturday, has been married twice already.
The chalet, which I told you about last week, is not for sale anymore.
The iceberg was what impressed me most.
She doesn't know what to do.
So this is what it sounds like when doves cry. (Prince song)
The dress (that) she is wearing is a nice color.
The man (that) we saw is my boss.
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