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  1. Honorific alternative letter-case form of who, often used when referring to God or sometimes another important figure who is understood from context.
    • 2008, Music for Sight Singing ↑ISBN, page 254:
      I make my pilgrimage to Thee
      O God, Who art the pilgrim's hope!
      Praised be the Virgin, sweet and pure!
      Be gracious to the pilgrimage.

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  1. The television show Doctor Who.
    • 2012, Graeme Burk, ‎Robert Smith. Who Is the Doctor: The Unofficial Guide to Doctor Who ↑ISBN, page 78:
      After three event episodes in a row (the finale, Christmas special and season opener), “Tooth and Claw” is the first “regular” episode of Who we've had in a while.
    • 2015, Ray Dexter, Doctor Who Episode By Episode: Volume 1 William Hartnell, ↑ISBN:
      This is as wildly different to any episode of Who so far. It's fab.