whosever

whosever

(huːˈzɛvə)
pron
of whomever

whos•ev•er

(huˈzɛv ər)

pron.
1. the possessive case of whoever used as an adjective: Whosever wagon this is, remove it.
2. the one or ones belonging to whomever: Whosever this is, please claim it.
[1730–40]
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"Whosever commits an act of lynching where the act leads to the victims suffering hurt, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term, which can be extended to three years and with a fine likely to extend to Rs 1 lakh," it said.
Independents and ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf are reportedly leading the polls yet whosever wins, it is actually peace that prevailed and won in these elections.
Whosever assumes power, vows to increase agricultural and industrial products for exports and make the country self-reliant, but the reality is that import always exceeds export.
What has happened is regrettable," His Highness said, stressing that the government is an "honest opponent, but, whosever unrespectable and inconsiderate of the public's interests could never be respected nor forgiven." On his part, Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Sheikh Khaled Al-Jarrah, said that the aggregate of rain pours the country recently witnessed was equivalent to a year's average.
One expects that whosever is charged by the NAB will be provided full opportunity to defend themselves while the trial will be fair and transparent .
In turn, MP Amine Sherri said the lawmakers were definitely resorting to justice with no cover up for anyone whosever.
The chief selector stated that whosever would perform well, he would be selected for Pakistan cricket team.
'Just pass the ball to whosever open, but if given a chance I'll take it.'
By utilitarianism, they mean the view that there is just one ultimate source of normative reasons for action--well-being, whosever it is--and so "we ought to maximize well-being generally." (4)
"So I just say, he's now elected, and we as a country need to support whosever the president because that's what the country's based on.
"Well," said Lowell, "whosever it is, it's at the barracks.
There should be an inquiry to find out whether it was the fault of the FBR or Audit Department and whosever was found guilty should be taken to task, he observed.This story was originally printed in The News and may be accessed here.