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According to the Oxford dictionary whomsoever is defined as "used instead of of whosoever as the object of a verb or preposition". So that means if whosoever (which means whoever by the way and is not used except in really old books) is not the object of a verb then you cannot use whomsoever. For example you would say "Whosoever chooses to ...


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All work completed after project inception will be billed as it is completed at the end of every calendar month as Work in Progress (WIP) until the conclusion of the project. "All work completed ... will be billed as it is completed... at the end of every calendar month" means that monthly bills will be sent for individual work items that have ...


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You can't say: Shall you cross the street on red light, you will be penalised That's ungrammatical. You can say: Should you cross the street on red light, you will be penalised which is equivalent to If you should cross the street on red light, you will be penalised and means the same as If you cross the street on red light, you will be penalised ...


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