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Whose... why not?

Posted by Henry on November 26, 2003

In Reply to: Re: Whose, ..... why? posted by Smokey Stover on November 26, 2003

: : : There are many instances such as:

: : : The Hawai'i Convention Center is a world-class facility WHICH PURPOSE is to draw
: : : new dollars into the economy and to increase tax revenues for the State...

: : : in which which seem to mean whose. can anyone explain to why.

: : That's just incorrect.

: : : The Hawai'i Convention Center is a world-class facility constructed for the purpose of drawing
: : new dollars into the economy and increasing tax revenues for the State... Or

: : : The Hawai'i Convention Center is a world-class facility constructed to draw new dollars into the economy and to increase tax revenues for the State...

: : Or possibly " . . . of which the purpose is to ..."

Or simply 'whose'