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/ˌʰwɛər əˈpɒn, -ˈpɔn, ˌwɛər-; ˈʰwɛər əˌpɒn, -ˌpɔn, ˈwɛər-/
upon what or upon which.
at or after which.
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However, he managed to tip the chair over
all the defendants got up and started fighting with the marshals.
The sockets remain dormant until the appointed hour,
the juice flows into any gadget of your choosing.
Anna can be seen walking down the catwalk
she accidentally drops a pistol on the floor.
To signal, you reach up and touch the lamp,
it starts to flash.
The boat bobs on the water until you push it,
it glides smoothly into the wall and bounces off.
Vitamins were discovered,
vitamin-deficiency psychiatric disorders no longer were treated by psychiatrists.
they're in her apartment again, taking their clothes off, she excitedly cuddling her new doll in a bed heaped with them.
He leaves the room,
the boss pulls open a desk drawer and lifts a bottle to his lips.
Finally it achieves spaceflight,
you guide it off into the galaxy to meet other sentient species.
he was condemned to lose his head, and led forth to the place of execution.
British Dictionary definitions for
at which; at which point; upon which
) upon what?
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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