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The reference of C (the places it could refer to) is a subset of the references of A or B. But the references of A and B are equal. In this sense, the relative clause of C is "restrictive", since it restricts the reference of A. A. the location (with no relative clause) B. the location, which was called Central Park, C. the location which was called ...


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You would use whose. Whose can be essential or not, depending on whether the information is important. It is used for both people and things, even though it sounds a bit weird when it isn't referring to people. Trust me, it's OK to use it for things. The house, whose TV was damaged in the fire, is now fixed. Or The house whose TV was damaged in the fire ...



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