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Consider the following two sentences:

  1. From a roof cluster, the longest gutter line of each face is selected if its height fall into a certain height range.
  2. The one with the lowest height is taken as the base height.

Can whose refer to a thing? As follows:

From a roof cluster, the longest gutter line of each face and whose height fall into a certain height range is selected and the one with the lowest height is taken as the base height.

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    I answered there instead of here. This is a relative use, so the answer is yes. (In interrogative uses of whose, the answer is no.) – snailcar Oct 8 '13 at 4:55