If they were stranger blacks the spears that they held in readiness for Numa might as readily be loosed upon whomever
dared release their bait as upon the prey they sought thus to trap.
Consequently I shall marry my daughter to the Baron Franz d'Epinay, because I consider it would be a proper and eligible match for her to make, and, in short, because I choose to bestow my daughter's hand on whomever
I read the book night and day, in-doors and out, to myself and to whomever
I could make listen.
The Mahars had offered fabulous rewards for the capture of any one of us alive, and at the same time had threatened to inflict the direst punishment upon whomever
should harm us.
If we do not kill, we shall be killed, therefore it is wise to kill first whomever
does not belong to one's own people.
The principal warriors sat in a circle about a small fire to discuss the relative merits of whomever
might be suggested as old Waziri's successor.
Beeson's shoulder, the latter so far forgot himself as to look up with an appearance of no small astonishment; whomever
he may have been expecting, he had evidently not counted on meeting anyone like this.
He told himself that with such a place moved out to his quarter-section, he could have stood on his door-step and chosen whomever
he wished for a wife.
Why should not Aglaya Ivanovna write a note to whomever
It was a way he had with whomever
he talked, of looking them in the eyes.
But to whomever
he talked, Valentin kept his eye open for someone else; he looked out steadily for anyone, rich or poor, male or female, who was well up to six feet; for Flambeau was four inches above it.
Senator Patty Murray (D-WA), ranking member of the Senate health committee, Senate Democrats on the committee sent a letter to President Trump yesterday listing key qualifications for whomever
he nominates to serve as Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).