whichever of the groups was in power would be marching the other to the gallows.
whichever party attacks that problem can help shake us free of our disillusionment with democracy.
whichever way you look at it, the last 18 months have not been good for Rupert Murdoch.
One hopes they will be nurtured and continue to grow, whichever candidate emerges victorious next Tuesday.
In 2016, it will be 2.5 percent of income or $695 per person, whichever is higher.
In whichever direction the footsteps may incline, one is brought before the last mementos of the choicest dust of England.
And death speaks for one; and whichever he calls it is ever the other must answer.
whichever his fancy dictated, for us it was the Devil's choice.
I stroll up and down for an hour at a time, with whichever mate has the watch.
We may read off the result as “No x are y′”, or “No y′ are x,” whichever we prefer.