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On modifying the resumptive modifier

Usually, the resumptive modifier works as follows: Life is all about moments, moments that record achievements, moments that record time with family. I wonder what is the grammatical function of ...
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“which I use very little” Or “which I use it very little” [duplicate]

Should we use the pronoun "it" with "which"? Which one of the following is correct? I should sell my car, which I use very little. Or I should sell my car, which I use it very little.
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“He wore [a] wig: which wig was made of hair” — Is this 'which' a resumptive pronoun?

While reading A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, I noticed this sentence: (Note: The sentence in the title of this question was shortened due to limited space.) He wore an odd little sleek ...
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a way that most people think {is / it is} wrong

I was reading definition/meaning of the word "perverse" in Oxford Dictionary, came across : showing deliberate determination to behave in a way that most people think is wrong, unacceptable or ...